Tracy Pitcher serves as the Senior Vice President of Comcast Business for the company’s Central Division. In this role, Tracy leads innovation and implements strategies to bolster commercial business concentrated in Comcast’s largest operating division, spanning 12 states.
Most recently, Tracy served as the Senior Vice President of Comcast Business for the Northeast Division, serving 14 states from Maine through Virginia and the District of Columbia. In this role, Tracy was responsible for the Division’s Comcast Business customer experience, financial performance and growth targets. She oversaw a team of industry-leading professionals who created the best experiences and solutions for businesses of all sizes, ranging from small business to enterprise-level operations.
Before that, Tracy served as the Senior Vice President of Comcast Cable’s Greater Boston Region, where she was responsible for overseeing all of Comcast’s operations and functional departments across areas serving more than 300 communities in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine. During her tenure, the Boston Business Journal recognized Comcast multiple times with its prestigious “Best Places to Work” award.
Tracy has also held the role of Senior Vice President of Operations for Comcast Business, leading organizational effectiveness efforts across the company, as well as an interim post as Senior Vice President of Business Services for the Northeast Division in 2015. Prior to joining Comcast in 2009, she held leadership positions at Charter Communications, AT&T Broadband, Time Warner Cable and Thomson Consumer Electronics.
Tracy earned her Bachelor of Arts from Purdue University and graduated from Women in Cable Telecommunications’ (WICT) Betsy Magness Leadership Institute, the Harvard Business School Cable Executive Management Program, and Wharton Women’s Executive Leadership Program. She has also received multi-year recognition in CableFax’s “Most Powerful Women in Cable” issue and was profiled as one of six “Women Who Mean Business” in the Boston Business Journal.