The industry is going through a transformation, moving away from “what was/is ‘cable’ to media and service delivery,” says Kanouff. She believes the transition is a good place to focus and provides a great opportunity for existing women, and new women coming into the industry. Recently promoted, she manages a global team of engineers, architects, product line managers, technical marketing engineers, and business development managers.

 

Where are the biggest growth areas for women in cable?  

We are going through a transformation, moving away from what was/is ‘cable’ to media and service delivery. This transition is a great place to focus and provides a great opportunity for existing women, and new women coming into the industry.

 

What’s the most important aspect of mentoring?  

Being not just a mentor but also a sponsor.

 

What/who inspires you at work? What/who inspires you outside the office? 

Innovators, thinkers. Those that push us into unexplored areas. I also love simplification and automation and agility, people and things that enable this inspire me.

 

Best trick for maintaining the personal-professional life balance? 

Having a great spouse!

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