Nomi Bergman

Title: President, Bright House Networks
Years in Cable: 25+
Education: Economics and Statistics, University of Rochester
Best Advice: Work hard at your passion. And be kind. (And good things will happen to you).

Steve Miron

Title: CEO, Bright House Networks
Years in Cable: 25
Education: American University

In 2013 Miron and Bergman celebrated Bright House’s 10th anniversary with a seventh consecutive J. D. Power Award. And that’s not all. The company became Florida’s second-largest phone provider thanks to a multiyear contract with Hillsborough County Public Schools, the nation’s eighth largest school district. Bright House also teamed up with other cable companies to create hundreds of thousands of new WiFi hotspots across the country. And a new custom project with a real estate developer to build Florida’s first “Gigabit communities” will roll out this year. The MEF-certified company was the first cable operator in the U.S. to be designated a Cisco Master Service Provider under the Cisco Cloud and Managed Service Program.


TV show I’d most like to have a cameo in? “Shark Tank” or “The Profit”

My favorite newfound hobby: Watching TED Talks while doing P90X

One thing I would do all the time if I could: Ski

Favorite vacation spot: Earthshine Mountain Lodge in Lake Toxaway, N.C.

Beach or mountains? Mountains

Dish I can make and that would impress a celebrity chef: Roasted chickpeas with pasta

My favorite business/motivational book: I recently read Wonder by RJ Palacio with my daughter, and I was very moved by its message.

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