When not focused on advancing Charter’s interests before federal regulatory agencies—including making sure the FCC’s rules on implementing the ATSC 3.0 broadcast standard were reasonable, or fighting to reduce the overall regulatory burden of the cable industry—Andrion is inspiring students as an adjunct professor. She’s also an adviser at the social media platform LifePosts. All of those roles revolve around communication, something important when it comes to diversity. “Charter encourages open lines of communication, requires regular training on diversity and inclusion, and rewards creative thinking,” Andrion says.
What does your company/organization do to ensure all employees feel included?
Charter encourages open lines of communication, requires regular training on diversity and inclusion, and rewards creative thinking.
Can you share a successful diversity program at your company or one you’ve observed at another company or organization?
Our External Affairs group, within Charter’s Government Affairs department, does an excellent job of reaching out to and maintaining relationships with diversity groups in our industry.