Jennifer Khoury Newcomb serves as Senior Vice President of Corporate and Digital Communications for Comcast Corporation. In this role, Jennifer leads strategic communications activities for the company’s corporate brand and reputation, including media relations, social media and digital communications and consumer product communications.
In 2012, Jennifer led the cross-functional team for Comcast and NBCUniversal that established the new Comcast brand and website. She also led the company’s corporate digital strategy in 2008, establishing a best-in-class social media infrastructure and launching the company’s corporate blog. She managed the complex communications strategy and execution for the Comcast and NBCUniversal transaction, announced in 2009, and has led numerous product and technology launches for the company.
Jennifer previously served as Vice President of Corporate Communications for Comcast Corporation and as Vice President of Public Relations for Comcast Cable’s New England region, where she directed the company’s communications and public relations activities and served on the region’s senior leadership and operations team. Previously, she managed the community and media relations groups for AT&T Broadband and Media One’s New England territories.
Prior to joining the cable industry, Jennifer worked in consulting for ML Strategies, a strategic consulting company of Mintz Levin where she focused on creating and implementing marketing and public affairs campaigns for a diverse range of clients, focusing primarily in the telecommunications and energy industries.
Jennifer has been involved with a number of nonprofit organizations, including The Barnes Foundation, The Boston Public Library, as a Trustee of the National Braille Press and as Vice President and Trustee of the Massachusetts Governor’s Committee for Physical Fitness and Sports. Jennifer earned her master’s degree from The Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania and received her B.A. in communications from Boston College.