Cable and telecommunications giant Comcast Corporation has promoted Jennifer Khoury to the role of chief communications officer.
Khoury succeeds D’Arcy Rudnay, Comcast’s first chief communications officer, who’s retiring after 16 years with the Philadelphia-based cable TV company. Rudnay will remain onboard until the end of the year, where she’ll serve as senior advisor to Comcast’s executive leadership team.
Khoury joined Comcast in 1999. She was previously senior VP of corporate and digital communications, where she led all strategic comms. for the company’s consumer products, as well as media relations, social media and digital comms. for the company’s brand.
Khoury will now oversee all of the Comcast’s external and internal corporate communications functions. She’ll report to Comcast chairman and chief executive officer Brian Roberts and senior executive vice president Adam Miller.