Tim Gage is an attorney who serves as the Senior Vice President of Government and Regulatory Affairs in Comcast’s Central Division. In this position, Tim is a member of the leadership team responsible for Comcast operations in the Division.
He is primarily responsible for government and regulatory affairs, political strategy, public affairs, franchising, community investment, philanthropy, external communication and public relations. He is Immediate Past Chairman of the South Carolina Cable and Telecommunications Association, President of the South Carolina Cable Television Foundation, Past Chairman and current member of the Board of Directors of The Cable Television Association of Georgia, Co-Chairman of Florida Mentoring Partnership, PAC Board Member of the Tennessee and Arkansas Cable Associations, Tower Club Member, Member of the Federal Communications Bar Association, Board of Directors of Volunteer USA Foundation, The Barbara Bush Foundation For Family Literacy, Piedmont Park Conservancy , and COMPAC, Comcast’ political action committee. Tim has also been appointed by Georgia Governor Nathan Deal to the Digital Learning Taskforce.
Prior to joining Comcast in November of 2002, Tim was Vice President of Law and Government Affairs for AT&T Broadband, Atlanta, and also served as Director of Legal and Government Affairs for AT&T Broadband and MediaOne in the Northeast Region. In these positions, he was responsible for state and local legislative issues, franchise negotiations, license transfers, license compliance, communication with elected and appointed officials and government and public affairs initiatives. While in New England he served as the Governor’s appointee to the New Hampshire Telecommunications Planning Commission.
Before joining the cable industry in 1998, Tim was Assistant District Attorney for Norfolk County, Massachusetts in the office of District Attorney and former United States Congressman William Delahunt, where he was responsible for prosecution and trial of criminal matters. Tim also practiced law with the Boston law firm of Crowley, Considine and Dray where he specialized in the areas of civil litigation and real estate. He also worked as Legislative Aide/Counsel in the Massachusetts House of Representatives and served five years as an elected Planning Commissioner in Massachusetts.
Tim graduated cum laude of Suffolk University School of Management in Boston, Massachusetts, with a B.S. degree in finance and banking and received his Juris Doctor degree from Suffolk University School of Law. He is admitted to the Massachusetts Bar.
Tim resides in Atlanta, Georgia.