Corny Koehl

Corny Koehl has Executive Produced for the biggest names in media today. She is a two-time Emmy Award-winning Producer, and two-time recipient of the Gracie Award for Outstanding Producer from the Alliance for Women in Media. Most recently, she helped develop and was Co-Executive Producer of Super Soul Sunday, a weekly television program hosted by Oprah Winfrey on the OWN Channel.  Koehl was also instrumental in launching the “Oprah & Friends” 24/7 radio channel on XM Radio. As Director of Program Development and Executive Producer, she helmed regular programs including, Oprah’s Soul Series, The Gayle King Show, O the Oprah Magazine Show (hosted by Oprah and Gayle) and oversaw others including The Marianne Williamson Show, The Dr. Oz (radio) Show, The Dr. Maya Angelou Show, and more. Prior to Harpo, Koehl worked at ABC Radio Networks, where she served as the Director of Women’s Programming and Executive Producer of the Satellite Sisters. She began her career in radio at Premiere Radio Networks, where she was Executive Producer for The Dr. Laura Show and The Suze Orman Show. Koehl has written seven full-length plays, four of which were produced and staged in Los Angeles.