Kevin Casey
President, North Central Div, Comcast

The former interim President of Engineering Operations, Casey and his team serve nearly 7mln triple-play customers. A bona fide leader with 25 years of experience, Casey is a board member of Back on My Feet, a non-profit that helps the homeless become self-sufficient through running.

Bill Connors
President, East Division, Comcast

The popular 28-year cable exec says, “My passion can be summed up by the legendary poet Ricky Bobby: “If you ain’t first, you’re last.” I love working around our Comcasters who are passionate every day about gaining market share, innovating, and serving our customers better. It’s in every Comcaster’s DNA, which is why we win the important battles!”

John Ridall
President, Southern Div, Comcast

What trend could possibly trouble a 32-year cable pro like Ridall? “I worry some about things like the size and resources of our competitors and what challenges new technology or legislation could bring,” he says. “But honestly, those worries are kept pretty well in check when I look at the strength and quality of our people and our opportunities.” His passions? “Family. No wait, I can’t say family. So, fly fishing, golf… and family.”

Steve White
President, West Division, Comcast

White’s territory includes six regions, 20K employees and more than 6mln customers in 12 states. Known as a great boss, we asked the 15-year cable vet what keeps him up at night? “I worry how we’ll continue to attract the best people,” he says. “We’re competing with companies like Apple and Google. So how do we convince potential employees Comcast is the best place to be without them experiencing our unique corporate culture firsthand? It’s a competitive world not only for customers, but also [for] building a workforce.”

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