David A. Scott retired from the company effective July 1, 2013 after 20 years with Comcast.
David A. Scott has served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Comcast Cable since 2005, with responsibility for the Company’s financial planning and strategy, accounting, procurement and executive project management organization (EPMO), as well as oversight for the legal group. During this time Comcast acquired approximately 5 million new customers and launched Comcast Digital Voice and Business Services.
Dave served as President of Comcast’s Former Midwest Division from 1999 to 2005, where he led operations serving approximately 4 million cable customers. Under his leadership the Midwest Division integrated several acquisitions, including 2.4 million former AT&T Broadband customers in Greater Chicago, the Twin Cities, Michigan and Indiana.
He joined Comcast in 1993 as Regional Vice President of Comcast’s Southeast Region after extensive roles in finance and operations with two other communication companies, and in 1996 set up what was formerly the Southern Division based in Atlanta. The former Southern and Midwest Divisions were consolidated into the new Central Division in 2010.
Dave holds a BBA in Accounting from Cleveland State University and is a Certified Public Accountant. He currently serves on the Board of the Comcast Foundation and Conditional Access Licensing (CAL) and has been a past Board Member of Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern Pennsylvania, and Focus Hope and Cranbrook Science Institute in the Detroit area.
Dave is married with five children.