Philip Nutsugah

Nutsugah is accountable for the success of Cox’s portfolio of residential and business products and services, and this year oversaw the rollout of a number of new services, including a Panoramic WiFi gateway. Nutsugah, who immigrated from Ghana more than 30 years ago and became a US citizen 20 years ago, participates in Cox’s mentoring program and serves as a member of the Diversity & Inclusion Council. He believes the industry should be working on “building a strong bench of diverse early and mid-career talent, supported by sponsors who are committed to preparing and positioning them for future senior leadership roles.”

In what areas should the industry step up its efforts with regard to diversity and inclusion?
Building a strong bench of diverse early and mid-career talent, supported by sponsors who are committed to preparing and positioning them for future senior leadership roles.

What’s been the most dramatic change in your sector of the business today vs. three years ago?
The reality of the Internet of things and the rapid increase of connected devices.

If there were a reality show based on your office, what would it be called?
“Winning!”