Rudnay and her team continue to shape Comcast’s reputation, as she leads communications on combined Comcast-NBCU’s messaging both internally and externally. She serves as the communication counsel to Brian Roberts and the other executive team members, and she leads the management of the company’s brand, reputation and strategic communications. An inductee into the Public Relations Hall of Fame, Rudnay says “Comcast’s focus on innovating, improving and our entrepreneurial culture is invigorating and stimulating.”
What’s your favorite part of your job?
I love the constant change and growth occurring in our company. Comcast’s focus on innovating, improving and our entrepreneurial culture is invigorating and stimulating.
What’s been the biggest story in cable this year?
IP television and what it means for the industry. For Comcast, the game changer is X1 and all the innovation that it enables us to do.
How do you define success in the workplace?
I define success when my team is challenged and feels personal success from their efforts. I also define success by the deep respect our team has garnered across Comcast.
Best trick for maintaining the personal-professional life balance?
No tricks, it’s hard with many peaks and valleys. My true north is my family, their happiness and well-being.
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