Nomi Bergman is President of Bright House Networks, the 6th largest owner and operator of cable systems in the United States and the second largest in Florida, serving customers in five states including Florida, Alabama, Indiana, Michigan and California.
As President, Nomi leads the company on a variety of levels, from strategic planning of its advanced network operations to the innovation, creation and deployment of the company’s technically advanced products and services.
Nomi joined Bright House Networks as the company’s fifth employee in 2003. She was a member of the founding management team that successfully launched the Bright House Networks brand and led the company to garner many accolades early on including two of its flagship divisions – Tampa Bay and Orlando – being named Systems of the Year by both MultiChannel News and CableWorld and launching VoIP-based voice services that not only rapidly achieved one million customers but also went on to win five consecutive top J.D. Power Awards. Today, Bright House Networks has 8,000 employees and continues to achieve success because of its dedication to its pursuit of superior quality and innovation in customer service by putting its customers’ needs at the core of its business decisions.
Prior to joining Bright House, Nomi excelled in several operations roles at Time Warner Cable, focusing on customer care, business and technical operations and information technology.
Nomi inspires people and practices the ethics she espouses while demonstrating a strong commitment to the greater community as well as her family. Through personal example and a corporate commitment to altruistic values, she fosters a culture that stimulates exceptional individual performance and establishes enduring relationships. As an industry leader, she is respected for her integrity as well as her knowledge. Nomi is an advocate and spokesperson for industry innovation and new competitive technologies and services, all with the goal of continuously improving customer value and satisfaction.
As a result, Nomi has received many industry accolades. She was named one of CableFax Magazine’s “Top 100” cable executives andCableWorld’s Most Powerful Women in Cable as well as their “Digital Hot List.” She is the recipient of the 2004 Women In Technology Award, the MultiChannel News’ Wonder Woman Award in 2005, and CED’s Person of the Year in January of 2009. In April of 2009, she received the industry’s prestigious Distinguished Vanguard Award for Leadership.
Nomi has served in key leadership positions at WICT, CableLabs, NCTA and CTAM to support industry governance, growth and policy. She currently serves on Canoe Ventures Board in New York, as well as The Cable Center in Denver. Nomi currently serves as a cable industry representative on the FCC Technology Advisory Committee (TAC). She has served on the Board of Directors for Women in Cable and Telecommunications (WICT), and is a graduate of WICT’s Betsy Magness Leadership Development Program (BMLI). She has also served on the Board of Directors for the Society of Cable Television Engineers (SCTE), and she remains a member of their Advisory Council. Nomi has also been on the Steering Committee for SkiTAM, now called “Adaptive Spirit,” a cable industry fundraising organization for the U.S. Adaptive Ski Team.
Yet her influence and skills extend beyond the walls of Bright House through dedication to serving her community as well.
During her previous tenure in Charlotte, she served on the board of Charlotte Jewish Preschool, Jewish Family Services and Providence Day School. She is a graduate of Leadership Charlotte and served on its board, and was named to the Charlotte Business Journal’s “40 under 40” by her professional and civic colleagues. Now in Syracuse, where she has resided since 2003, she currently serves on the board of the Jewish Community Center, is a member of the Syracuse University’s L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science Dean’s Leadership Council, and she was on the board of the Crouse Health Foundation. Nomi is especially passionate about her positive experience at the University of Rochester. In 2010, the University of Rochester awarded Nomi the John N. Wilder distinguished alumnus award for her service to the university. Nomi was recently elected to the University of Rochester’s Board of Trustees.
Nomi holds a degree in Economics and Statistics from the University of Rochester. She is an avid skier and enjoys activities such as running, swimming and hiking. Nomi resides in Fayetteville, New York, with her husband, Neal, and three daughters, Rebecca, Dori, and Allison.