Dana Warrior is now a full-time WWE employee.
According to Mike Johnson at PWInsider, Dana Warrior has joined the WWE creative team on a full-time basis. Earlier this month it was reported by Pro Wrestling Sheet that Dana had joined the team to help lend a female perspective, but her position was not yet permanent. Dana was reportedly "learning about the creative process" and shadowing writers.
Dana is the widow of the late Ultimate Warrior. She began working with WWE as an ambassador following her husbands passing in 2014. In 2015, Dana and WWE created the Warrior Award, an award handed out to those who have "exhibited unwavering strength and perseverance, and who lives life with the courage and compassion that embodies the indomitable spirit of the Ultimate Warrior."
The WWE creative team has undergone many changes over the last month was familiar and new faces being brought it. Bruce Prichard was brought back to the company in February under the role of Senior Vice President. WWE also hired popular internet writer Dave Schilling to join the creative team. Finally, Jeff Jarrett has been added to the creative team on a full-time basis.