Tina Simmons, Executive Vice President of Human Resources, is responsible for leading all facets of human resources and organizational effectiveness for Xfinity Growth Innovation & Experience (XGIE) Teammates. Tina has responsibility for all people-related functions including culture, diversity, inclusion, equity & belonging, employee engagement, labor relations, HR policy, performance management, talent acquisition, and talent management. Tina previously held a similar role for Comcast’s Central Division.

She began her career with Bell Atlantic (Verizon) as Manager of Call Centers for Small Businesses in Pennsylvania and Delaware. She then transitioned to PECO Energy as Call Center Manager for call centers serving Southeast Pennsylvania customers. In her role as Practice Manager for Gartner Group’s Contact Center Assessment service, Tina was able to use her operations experience to identify and share customer care best practices. She also built the Customer Care function at Software Consulting Group. Tina joined Comcast in a Customer Operations role in 2000.

A graduate of Villanova University, Tina holds a bachelor’s degree in business and went on to earn a Master of Science in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania. Her professional studies include completion of Comcast’s premier leadership development program – Executive Leadership Forum, the Harvard Business School/CTAM (Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing) Cable Executive Management Program, the Cornell University ILR School HR Strategy Executive Education, and the WICT Senior Executive Summit at Stanford programs. Tina is an At-Large Member of the Board of Directors for the Women in Cable and Telecommunications (WICT) Network. Tina serves as an Executive Champion of Comcast’s Women’s Employee Resource Group. She has served on the Villanova School of Business Dean’s Advisory Council. She is a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Tina received Villanova University’s Eby Award for Outstanding Post Graduate Achievement. She has frequently been recognized as one of the Most Influential Minorities in Cable and one of the Most Powerful Women in Cable by Cablefax Magazine. Tina is the 2005 winner of NAMIC’s Paragon Award and received WICT’s Liberty Award in 2006. In 2007, she became a Class XIV Fellow of the WICT Betsy Magness Leadership Institute. Tina was awarded “Women Worth Watching in 2010” honors by the Profiles in Diversity Journal, recognized among the National Diversity Council’s 2011 “Most Powerful & Influential Women in Pennsylvania,” 2012’s “Most Powerful & Influential Women for Tri-State” awards, and the National Diversity Council’s “Most Powerful & Influential Women of Georgia” award in 2014 and the “Multicultural Leadership Award” in 2016. Tina was recognized among 2017’s “Who’s Who in Black Atlanta” by the Atlanta Tribune and received the NAMIC – Atlanta Chapter’s “Mae Douglas Mentoring” award in 2017. Tina received the Off the Field Players' Wives Association “Woman of Impact” Award and the WICT Southeast Chapter Red Letter Award in 2019. Finally, Tina was recognized on the Career Mastered Magazine Diversity IMPACT 50 List in 2022. Tina splits her time between Philadelphia and Atlanta where she resides with her husband.