Washington plays a significant role in Comcast’s legislative and regulatory goals. As part of the company’s 15th annual day of service in April, her team coordinated 59 Comcast Cares Day projects throughout the region with more than 6,200 volunteers serving 37,000 volunteer hours. Washington mentors those seeking to join the cable business. “I believe our industry is keenly aware that product innovation and customer and audience loyalty only occur if the workforce that develops, markets, and delivers its products and services reflects the diversity of our communities,” she says.

What grade do you give the cable industry on diversity and why?
I believe our industry is keenly aware that product innovation and customer and audience loyalty only occur if the workforce that develops, markets, and delivers its products and services reflects the diversity of our communities. I am proud of the work that Comcast is doing in this space and the high water mark that we have set.

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