Kate Finn is Vice President of Corporate Communications. In this role, she manages cross-company initiatives that support Comcast’s brand, reputation, and business objectives as well as executive communications.
Kate develops and leads communications efforts around key strategic priorities for the company, including the Olympic Games, social impact, the launch of the company’s new digital equity brand, and managing through the COVID-19 pandemic. She served on the team responsible for overseeing the design and construction of the Comcast Technology Center and Four Seasons Hotel in Philadelphia, and led the communications, marketing, and digital campaigns surrounding its opening. Kate has also managed and supported communications around company transactions, customer campaigns, product launches, and corporate events.
Before joining Comcast, Kate was Senior Vice President for The Abernathy MacGregor Group, a strategic and financial communications consultancy in New York City, where she managed M&A, media and investor relations, and crisis communications for a variety of financial, consumer goods, media, and technology companies, including Comcast, PepsiCo, Walmart, United Airlines, Sprint, and Viacom. Advising Comcast on its acquisition of NBCUniversal in 2009 ultimately brought her to Philadelphia and the company’s communications team.