Comcast Corporation Names Beth Choroser Vice President, Regulatory Affairs
Comcast Corporation today announced that Beth Choroser has been promoted to Vice President, Regulatory Affairs in Washington, DC. Choroser will direct Comcast’s advocacy on regulatory matters affecting broadband, voice, public safety and security with a primary focus on the FCC. Choroser will be based in Comcast’s Washington, DC office and is replacing Mary McManus who is retiring at the end of the month.
"Since joining Comcast in 2000, Beth has shown tremendous leadership on regulatory issues," says David L. Cohen, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, Comcast. "Her strong telecommunications experience and her history of working directly with our DC team make her invaluable. I am honored to announce this well-deserved promotion."
Choroser previously served as Executive Director of Regulatory Affairs for Comcast Corporation in Philadelphia supporting the business, the regulatory law department and government affairs on a wide range of federal and state telecom matters. Prior to Comcast, Choroser worked at Kulicke and Soffa Industries Inc., ATX Telecommunications Service and New England Electric System.
Choroser follows in the steps of Mary McManus, a well-known and highly regarded telecom lawyer who has served as one of the Comcast’s senior regulatory advocates before the FCC for the last 10 years.
"Our federal and state regulatory teams will greatly miss Mary’s daily contributions to all that we do. Comcast has benefitted immensely from her intellect and guidance." says Kathy Zachem, Senior Vice President, Regulatory and Legislative Affairs, Comcast Corporation and to whom Choroser will report. "We are fortunate to have Beth to turn to as we wish our friend Mary all the best in her retirement. Beth has proven herself time and time again as she partnered with us in the past. I can think of no better person to join the team and we are excited for her next chapter with our company."
Choroser received a B.A. from Pennsylvania State University and a M.B.A. from Syracuse University School of Management.