The Amblin Partners production chief has been supervising the company’s film roster since its late-2015 inception. A collaborator of Steven Spielberg, Bario joined DreamWorks Studios as an executive vice president of production in 2008. During her tenure, the company produced “The Girl on the Train,” “Lincoln,” “I Love You, Man,” “The Hundred-Foot Journey” and the Oscar-nominated drama “The Help.” Previously, she was executive vice president of production at Universal Studios, where her track record included “Meet the Parents,” “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” “Knocked Up” and “Mamma Mia.” She worked as an assistant at the Guber-Peters Company. In 1996, she started with Universal when she landed a position assisting producer Marc Platt, eventually moving over to DreamWorks. .