EVP & COO, Cox Communications

Her constant focus on delivering cutting-edge technology that’s both user-friendly and reliable has served Campbell, and her customers, well. It also puts Cox’s 2016 goal of crossing the $2 billion revenue mark within reach. Under her leadership, the latest Contour video service is now in all markets, residential Gigabit service is available in 12 states, and Cox’s digital video transition will be completed by year’s end. Campbell says broadband is the industry’s biggest story right now. “People and businesses are more connected than ever and they need the horsepower that cable delivers better than anyone.”  She also takes pride in being a female in the upper echelon of the industry, noting, “One of the reasons I love my role is that I know it encourages rising women leaders.”

Which sector of the cable industry best demonstrates gender equality? Which could use some enlightenment? Cable continues to lead the way with diverse programming. There continues to be room for improvement in boardrooms and at senior operational roles. One of the reasons I love my role is that I know it encourages rising women leaders.

What advice would you give your 13-year-old self? Surround yourself with friends and mentors who expand your vision of what’s possible and follow those dreams

What’s been the biggest story in cable this year?

Broadband, broadband, broadband. People and businesses are more connected than ever and they need the horsepower that cable delivers better than anyone.

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