Our 2022 Walk of Fame event will be held on May 6th, 2022
at Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center

Walk of Fame is an inspiring celebration of influential leaders in cable, who go above and beyond, push for success and change that brings immeasurable impact to our industry. Each year, 500+ gather to honor veteran leaders, up-and-coming talent, and game-changing industry contributors who exemplify WICT’s Touchstones of Leadership. This evening event attracts industry attendance from all levels, including national C-suite executives. Honorees embody WICT’s vision to create women leaders who transform our industry.

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Congratulations to our 2022 Honorees!

2022 Walk of Fame Woman of the Year:

Shannon Saviers, VP, Sand Cherry Associates

Shannon is Vice President of Sand Cherry Associates, where she has led several enterprise-wide transformational initiatives focused on enabling the company’s business model to adapt to changing market conditions and disruptive market forces in digital infrastructure, human capital, and data-enablement.

Prior to her consulting practice, Shannon spent the first twenty years of her career in corporate leadership where she held leadership roles in product, technology, operations, sales. Her innovations reached the pages of Time Magazine and the Chicago Tribune.

Shannon serves as the Secretary and Governance Chair of the Girls Athletic School of Denver, CO and previously served on the Girl’s Inc, Denver board. Shannon is a member of the Private Directors Association and is affiliated with numerous professional and industry associations.

 

 

2022 Walk of Fame Woman in Technology:

Michelle O. Johnson, Senior Director of Planning and Design, Comcast

As a seasoned professional with 25 years of experience, Michelle is known for helping Deployment, Operations and Service Delivery organizations reach their full potential. As a Woman in Technology, she has led several enterprise-wide infrastructure transformations, encompassing over 11 million Video and Data customers. She is a proven systems-thinker whose leadership lends itself to developing business strategies that produce operational and executional excellence. She’s an engaged leader with a high level of technical sophistication and experience leading cross-functional, geographically dispersed teams.

Michelle is a long-standing member of The WICT Network and National Association for Multicultural Individuals in Cable (NAMIC). Her involvement in the associations has included serving a Mentor and former Mentee in the WICT Mentorship program and as the Rocky Mountain Chapter Vice President for NAMIC. She is also a graduate of WICT Rising Leaders and the NAMIC Leadership Development programs.

 


2022 Walk of Fame Mentor of the Year:

Camilla Formica, Chief Revenue Officer and minority owner, NCTI

Camilla began her career in the cable and telecommunications industry over 30 years ago. Through her extensive career, she has refined her expertise and has become an industry influencer with purpose, and is a goal-oriented leader. At NCTI, Camilla aims to unify advancements in technology with the demand for quality and immediate education and training content and to ensure everyone has opportunities to achieve their educational and professional goals.

Camilla continues to demonstrate her influence and industry leadership as the Chairman of the NTCA
Associate Member Advisory Council and as the past co-president of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Professional Association of Customer Engagement (PACE). She sits on the boards of NCTI and the Old English Sheepdog Rescue of Colorado. A breast cancer survivor, Camilla is a Model of Courage for the Ford Warriors in Pink ambassadorship program and has been a member of the grant committee for the Rocky Mountain chapter of the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

 

 

2022 Walk of Fame Industry Partner of the Year:

NCTI

NCTI believes everyone should have the opportunity to prosper. Founded in 1968 and celebrating over 50 years of excellence in customer experience in the cable/broadband industry, NCTI delivers quality content and flexible digital learning solutions created for use on the job with anywhere, anytime access. In 2021 our students completed more than 16,000 courses, earned more than 12,000 and more than 1,000 NCTI industry recognized certifications, and 35 college degrees.

Stacey Slaughter, President and CEO and accepting on behalf of NCTI, acquired NCTI in 2015. She transformed the company into a flexible enterprise learning model which incorporates digital, online and traditional learning. Today, she maintains focus on strategic vision and execution, tactical relationships with vendors and industry leaders, and aggressively growing product offerings and services.

 

 


2022 Walk of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award:

Jana L. Henthorn, Industry Leader & Community Activist
A longtime leader, change agent, and mentor, Jana Henthorn has more than 30 years of experience in the industry. Jana’s career in cable operations and programming led her to a productive and influential career at The Cable Center, where she was president and CEO from 2016 until her retirement in early 2022. Under Jana’s stewardship, The Cable Center transformed to lead and empower the industry’s new generation of bold thinkers through experiential programs, thought leadership, academic partnerships, events, and the industry’s preeminent collection of entrepreneurial accounts and objects.

Jana is the recipient of numerous industry awards. Since her retirement from The Cable Center in 2022, Jana has become an adjunct professor at the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver, teaching inclusive leadership to MBA students. She continues to be a longtime board member for Hunger Free Colorado, serving as chair of the finance and audit committee. Jana also continues to serve on The Cable Center board.

 

2022 Walk of Fame Leaders to Watch:

  • Raquenel Garcia, Senior Director, Data Insights, Charter
  • Michelle Vendelin, Director, Innovation Services, CableLabs
  • Kelly Overton, Senior Product Manager, Mobile Product Experience, Charter
  • Hope Pompey, Senior Manager, Technical Operations, Comcast
  • Hannah Hardi, Marketing Director, The Cable Center
  • Gia Roe, Director, Lab Engineering Service Assurance and Device Provisioning, Charter
  • Crystal Allen, Executive Director, Customer Engagement Marketing, CSG

2022 Walk of Fame Rising Stars:

  • Prathima Chaganty, Operations Engineer, Comcast
  • Jessica Loomer, Senior Manager, Accessibility, Charter

2022 Walk of Fame Young Person to Watch:

  • Laura Ivonne Jaime Gonzalez, DSST College View High School

–For full honoree bios, see the 2022 Honorees section below–

Young Woman to Watch

Laura Ivonne Jaime Gonzalez, DSST College View High School

Through the pilot Clerk and Recorder Program, Laura has led students in learning about the significance of voting. She has also raised awareness about the impact of the Make-A-Wish Youth Leadership Council, which grants life-changing wishes to children with critical illnesses. Laura is currently interested in pursuing a career in STEM, but she is also passionate about oncology and wants to advocate for the many patients and families who experience discrimination due to language barriers in the healthcare system. Outside of school, Laura is working with students in Iraq to create a strategic plan to fight desertification. Laura has two sisters, Clarissa, 19 and Veronica, 18.

Rising Star

Prathima Chaganty, Operations Engineer, Comcast

Prathima is responsible for supporting several innovation labs by building lab infrastructure and by maintaining, validating, testing, and operating controlled environments that simulate all features and functions of the network environment. Throughout her five-year career, she has been for maintaining the innovation labs throughout Philadelphia and Denver regions. Before joining Comcast, Prathima spent 3 years at Comcast as a contractor. Prathima started her career as a network engineer at various companies. She holds a Master’s of Science degree in electrical and computer engineering from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Outside of work, Prathima is a trained singer and performs at cultural events. She is also an event planner for many events. Prathima is married to Aditya and has one amazing child – Ahiri (1 years old).

Rising Star

Jessica Loomer, Senior Manager, Accessibility, Charter

Jessica Loomer, a senior manager on the Accessibility team at Charter Communications, where she leads a team responsible for the accessible development of large-scale internal tools. Jessica maintains a fearless determination to effect change and to help ensure groups can align around shared success. These efforts have combined to further build her personal brand as a devoted advocate for accessibility at Charter. Prior to joining Charter, Jessica spent more than 10 years managing large-scale projects in industries ranging from mining to academia. Jessica is passionate about project management and accessibility, both at and outside of work. Jessica lost her vision in 2012 due to a rare disease. Outside of the office, she serves on the board of directors for Success Beyond Sight, a nonprofit organization focused on empowering individuals by eliminating barriers to equal opportunity for success. In addition, Jessica leads a community within the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation that supports research for her eye disease, expanding the community leadership and creating roadmaps for growth and ensuring sustainability. In Jessica’s free time, she likes to chase the sun and explore the amazing Colorado mountains with her mini Australian shepherd, Jax.

Leader to Watch

Raquenel Garcia, Senior Director, Data Insights, Charter

Rocki is a Senior Director of Data Insights at Charter Communications. She has led the Video Data Insights team since 2019 with data oversight over legacy, hybrid, and IP video products. Before joining Charter, she worked as a consultant for Accenture, where she implemented Time Warner Cable’s first video data analytics platform. When Rocki joined Charter in 2016, she started as a NetOps Video engineer. This role laid the foundation for her to step into her leadership career. She draws upon her experience and the team’s support to enable Charter to make business decisions based on data. As a leader, Rocki believes in cultivating passion within her team to achieve success. She thrives in challenging situations, embraces adversity, and continuously learns from new experiences. Rocki received a Bachelor of Science in computer engineering from the University of Texas-Pan American and is pursuing her MBA from Colorado State University. Outside of work, she volunteers with The WICT Network Rocky Mountain as the Sponsorship Director, and in 2021 she was named The WICT Network Volunteer of the Year.

Leader to Watch

Michelle Vendelin, Director, Innovation Services, CableLabs

Emerging technology, innovation strategy, and personal development are the central themes of Michelle’s career and fuel her desire to work, grow, and connect with others who love to innovate. In her role as Director of Innovation Services at CableLabs, Michelle facilitates Innovation Sprints and Ideations, coaches innovators through Lean Canvas development, and serves as the producer/director of multiple Innovation Training offerings through CableLabs Events. With an ability to stay grounded and thrive in uncertainty, she has delivered engineering, strategy, and innovation leadership for over 20 years on emerging technology products at Hewlett Packard and web services startups such as PixMotion, Snapfish, and MarketSplash. Michelle was part of the original launch team for Cinequest, a major Film/VR festival in Silicon Valley, at a time when most civic leaders considered the idea crazy and said it couldn’t be done. Decades later, the festival is thriving. As she says, never underestimate an innovator! She collaborates with President & CEO Phil McKinney and a team of exceptional coaches to host the biannual CableLabs Innovation Bootcamp, an immersive “hands-on” training on the FIRE framework for Innovation, and to launch advanced innovation leadership training on Phil’s 7 Immutable Laws of Innovation. Outside of work, Michelle loves exploring Colorado with her husband, David. They love to travel with adult children, Michael and Nicole, whenever possible. Michelle is a total space geek, watches all the big NASA/Space X launches, and is proud to have her name on the Mars Perseverance Rover, one of her favorite innovations OFF the planet. An aspiring author, she is writing a book on innovation grit and dreams of seeing it published in 2022.

Leader to Watch

Kelly Overton, Senior Product Manager, Mobile Product Experience, Charter

Kelly Overton, a Senior Product Manager of Mobile Product Experience at Charter Communications. Kelly excels at collaborating with teams across the company to design customer experiences for new products and services that leverage technology and improve satisfaction for Spectrum Mobile customers. Prior to joining Mobile, Kelly was part of the Spectrum TV App team, where she launched Apple TV and worked on Android and iOS to ensure parity and consistency of the Spectrum TV App experience across Charter services and connected devices. Kelly started her career in the financial industry, and before joining Charter she held leadership positions at Charles Schwab and Nordstrom. Kelly holds a BA in Economics from Cornell University. Kelly is a champion for women in the industry and actively participates in WICT events. Outside of work, she is in the process of starting a nonprofit for widows/widowers to provide financial and legal support in the aftermath of a spouse’s death. In her free time, she enjoys playing tennis, cooking healthy foods, and spending time with her children – Declan age 6, and Airlie, age 3 – along with her three dogs.

Leader to Watch

Hope Pompey, Senior Manager, Technical Operations, Comcast

Hope is responsible for the strategy and management of technical operations initiatives for the NETS Voice Routing and Xfinity Mobile Tier 3 LNP teams. Throughout her more than 20-year career, she has held leadership positions in operations and customer experience strategy. Before joining Comcast, Hope spent 4 years in the US Army, where she served as a sergeant responsible for planning, developing, and directing the installation and operation of integrated telecommunications and information management networks. Hope has passion around DE&I initiatives and has been an active member of the Mosaic committee for many years. This committee recognizes and celebrates our different cultures, communities, and backgrounds, empowering people by respecting and appreciating what makes them different but all a part of the Comcast family. Hope started her career as a frontline tech. She holds a Master’s of Science in management from Troy State University in Troy, Alabama. Outside of work, Hope serves as a mentor with the QCII Success Program. She’s married to Leo Pompey and has three wonderful children – Justyn, Rylan, and Teagyn.

Leader to Watch

Hannah Hardi, Marketing Director, The Cable Center

As the director of marketing for The Cable Center, Hannah develops and oversees the organization’s marketing strategy, communications, and marketing operations. She is responsible for building awareness around The Cable Center’s evolving brand identity and positioning the organization as the industry’s expert in intrapreneurship and corporate innovation. As a former member of The WICT Network Rocky Mountain Chapter Board of Directors, Hannah served as the co-chair and then director of strategic partnerships. Most recently, she volunteered at The WICT Network Rocky Mountain’s Annual Tech It Out Conference. She has also served on the Board of Media+Tech Collective as the director of social media. In 2020, Hannah was named one of Cablefax’s Most Powerful Women Rising Tide Honorees. She also received a Cablefax FAXIE Award in 2020. Before joining The Cable Center in 2018, she managed marketing content and editorial operations at PlaceWise Digital. She has a bachelor’s degree in comparative sociology from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington. A Colorado resident for ten years, Hannah loves to spend time outdoors skiing, camping, and exploring. She loves live music, movies, Orangetheory, cooking, traveling, and singing, and she has had many pets, including rabbits, bantam chickens, and a desert tortoise. She is married to Shannon Hardi, a Marine Corps veteran and Lieutenant/Paramedic and Community Health Officer at Aurora Fire Department. They live in Lakewood with their Pitbull Lab Mix, Remy. Hannah is expecting their first child in June 2022.

Leader to Watch

Gia Roe, Director, Lab Engineering Service Assurance and Device Provisioning, Charter

Gia is responsible for the strategic direction, vision, growth, and performance of the first tier of lab support and engineering for all Charter Labs’ clients and tenants. She has been a part of the cable and telecommunications industry since 1995 and formerly worked at Comcast. She leads with purpose to build resilient, high-performing teams that excel at responding to changing business needs. Gia’s passion for partnership and collaboration prompted her to start multiple peer-to-peer mentoring groups at Charter, including the Meeting of Managers, affectionately called MOM, and the Meeting of Directors, also known as the MOD Squad. Both groups provide a safe space where managers and directors can gain the knowledge and skills needed to cultivate an effective executive presence and networking skills. Her latest endeavor, in partnership with both groups, is to establish a monthly podcast focused on leadership topics and executive education. Gia’s focus on inclusion also led her to create and facilitate a popular Bring Our Kids to Work Day event at Charter’s Technology and Engineering Center, known as CTEC. The event aims to inspire participants to become the next generation of technologists and engineers. As the return to the office becomes increasingly commonplace and in-person gatherings resume, Gia is looking forward to reinvigorating the MOM and MOD Squad groups and the Bring Our Kids to Work Day event. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Northwest Missouri State University.

Leader to Watch

Crystal Allen, Executive Director, Customer Engagement Marketing, CSG

Crystal Allen is an Executive Director of Customer Engagement Marketing for CSG, Crystal is responsible for leading the strategic planning and implementation of inbound and outbound marketing activities that are dedicated to delivering extraordinary employee and customer experiences. In her current role, Crystal pairs data-driven analysis with strategic problem solving that fosters cross-functional partnerships to support business growth. This work results in marketing programs that deliver global organizations the necessary technology to empower employees and retain loyal and satisfied customers. In addition to her work at CSG, Crystal serves as the Colorado Technology Association Young Professionals (YoPro) Board of Directors Chair and Member participant. She is a lifetime member of Sigma Alpha Pi and cheers on the Colorado Buffs as a proud alumnus. Crystal is a Colorado native who takes advantage of all four seasons and enjoys spending her free time giving back to the community and mentoring young professionals. You can find her enamored by her bulldogs, Finn and Louis, listening to live country music, and traveling to warm climates with her husband, David.

Industry Partner of the Year

NCTI

NCTI believes everyone should have the opportunity to prosper. Founded in 1968 and celebrating over 50 years of excellence in customer experience in the cable/broadband industry, NCTI delivers quality content and flexible digital learning solutions created for use on the job with anywhere, anytime access. In 2021 our students completed more than 16,000 courses, earned more than 12,000 and more than 1,000 NCTI industry recognized certifications, and 35 college degrees.

Stacey Slaughter, President and CEO and accepting on behalf of NCTI, acquired NCTI in 2015. She transformed the company into a flexible enterprise learning model which incorporates digital, online and traditional learning. Today, she maintains focus on strategic vision and execution, tactical relationships with vendors and industry leaders, and aggressively growing product offerings and services.

Woman in Technology

Michelle O. Johnson, Senior Director of Planning and Design, Comcast

As a seasoned professional with 25 years of experience, Michelle is known for helping Deployment, Operations and Service Delivery organizations reach their full potential. As a Woman in Technology, she has led several enterprise-wide infrastructure transformations, encompassing over 11 million Video and Data customers. She is a proven systems-thinker whose leadership lends itself to developing business strategies that produce operational and executional excellence. She’s an engaged leader with a high level of technical sophistication and experience leading cross-functional, geographically dispersed teams.

Michelle is a long-standing member of The WICT Network and National Association for Multicultural Individuals in Cable (NAMIC). Her involvement in the associations has included serving a Mentor and former Mentee in the WICT Mentorship program and as the Rocky Mountain Chapter Vice President for NAMIC. She is also a graduate of WICT Rising Leaders and the NAMIC Leadership Development programs.

Lifetime Achievement Award

Jana L. Henthorn, Industry Leader & Community Activist
A longtime leader, change agent, and mentor, Jana Henthorn has more than 30 years of experience in the industry. Jana’s career in cable operations and programming led her to a productive and influential career at The Cable Center, where she was president and CEO from 2016 until her retirement in early 2022. Under Jana’s stewardship, The Cable Center transformed to lead and empower the industry’s new generation of bold thinkers through experiential programs, thought leadership, academic partnerships, events, and the industry’s preeminent collection of entrepreneurial accounts and objects.

Jana is the recipient of numerous industry awards. Since her retirement from The Cable Center in 2022, Jana has become an adjunct professor at the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver, teaching inclusive leadership to MBA students. She continues to be a longtime board member for Hunger Free Colorado, serving as chair of the finance and audit committee. Jana also continues to serve on The Cable Center board.

Mentor of the Year

Camilla Formica, Chief Revenue Officer and minority owner, NCTI

Camilla began her career in the cable and telecommunications industry over 30 years ago. Through her extensive career, she has refined her expertise and has become an industry influencer with purpose, and is a goal-oriented leader. At NCTI, Camilla aims to unify advancements in technology with the demand for quality and immediate education and training content and to ensure everyone has opportunities to achieve their educational and professional goals.

Camilla continues to demonstrate her influence and industry leadership as the Chairman of the NTCA Associate Member Advisory Council and as the past co-president of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Professional Association of Customer Engagement (PACE). She sits on the boards of NCTI and the Old English Sheepdog Rescue of Colorado. A breast cancer survivor, Camilla is a Model of Courage for the Ford Warriors in Pink ambassadorship program and has been a member of the grant committee for the Rocky Mountain chapter of the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

Woman of the Year

Shannon Saviers, VP, Sand Cherry Associates

Shannon is Vice President of Sand Cherry Associates, where she has led several enterprise-wide transformational initiatives focused on enabling the company’s business model to adapt to changing market conditions and disruptive market forces in digital infrastructure, human capital, and data-enablement.

Prior to her consulting practice, Shannon spent the first twenty years of her career in corporate leadership where she held leadership roles in product, technology, operations, sales. Her innovations reached the pages of Time Magazine and the Chicago Tribune.

Shannon serves as the Secretary and Governance Chair of the Girls Athletic School of Denver, CO and previously served on the Girl’s Inc, Denver board. Shannon is a member of the Private Directors Association and is affiliated with numerous professional and industry associations.

Date

Friday, May 6th 2022

Location

Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center, 6700 N Gaylord Rockies Blvd, Aurora CO 80019

Program

  • 4:30 – 5:30 VIP Session (VIP-ticketed guests only)
  • 5:30 – 9:00 General Session (All guests):
    • 5:30 Reception
    • 6:30 Welcome
    • 7:15 Recognition of Honorees
      • Young Woman to Watch
      • Rising Stars
      • Leaders to Watch
      • Industry Partner
      • Woman in Technology
      • Lifetime Achievement Award
      • Mentor of the Year
      • Woman of the Year
  • 9:00 – 10:00 Afterparty

Afterparty Details

Guests without drink tickets can enjoy drinks at the bar stations in the general reception area for the standard cost. Drink tickets will award you a complimentary drink per ticket. This event will be for 1 hour after the general session.

Dress Code

Business / Cocktail attire

Parking Details

  • 0-4 hours Valet=$14/Self=$8
  • 5-8 hours Valet=$28/Self =$18
  • 8+ hours Valet=$39$/Self=$29
  • Hotel Guests =$29 a night

Covid-19 Safety Updates

No COVID Waivers are required for this event.

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Post Event (General Session Recording) Virtual Access

This event will be recorded. If you have purchased a virtual ticket you will receive an email with a YouTube link to access the event details by Tuesday 5/10 following the event.

Woman of the Year

  • A female in the Telecommunications Industry at the VP level or above who exemplifies the The WICT Network Touchstones of Leadership and embodies WICT’s mission to develop women leaders who transform the industry.
  • An Executive who has made increasingly significant contributions throughout her career to her company and the overall industry.
  • An Executive who has achieved top industry status and shows great resolve to help others along their path.
  • An Executive who champions gender diversity efforts, embraces exemplary diversity and inclusion practices, and who consistently enables women in Telecommunications to achieve their full potential, as evidenced through her passion, words, and actions.
  • An Executive who takes initiative, leads by example, is a role model to others in the industry, and demonstrates strong leadership skills and business savvy.
  • An Executive who is active in her support of, and/or time with The WICT Network Global and/or Rocky Mountain.
  • Nominee must have at least five years total in the industry (does not have to be consecutive).
  • Nominee must be a member of The WICT Network: Rocky Mountain Chapter by 02/01/22, as confirmed by WICT Global, and reside in Colorado, Utah, Nebraska, Montana, and Wyoming – or spend at least half of their time in one of those states.

 

Woman in Technology

  • A female in the Telecommunications Industry at the Director level or above who exemplifies the The WICT Network Touchstones of Leadership and embodies WICT’s mission to develop women leaders who transform the industry.
  • A leader who has made increasingly significant contributions throughout her career to her company and the overall industry because of her impressive technical knowledge and accomplishments, and/or her demonstrated expertise in delivering new products or technology.
  • A leader who is committed to the continued growth of women pursuing careers in technology, champions gender diversity efforts, embraces exemplary diversity and inclusion practices.
  • A leader who is committed to supporting Middle School, High School, and/or College student STEM outreach and programs.
  • A leader who takes initiative, leads by example, and whose passion about technology inspires others.
  • A leader who is active in her support of, and/or time with The WICT Network Global and/or Rocky Mountain.
  • Nominee must be a member of the The WICT Network: Rocky Mountain Chapter by 02/01/22, as confirmed by WICT Global, and reside in Colorado, Utah, Nebraska, Montana, and Wyoming – or spend at least half of their time in one of those states.

 

Mentor of the Year

  • An individual in the Telecommunications Industry at the Director level or above.
  • An individual in the Telecommunications Industry who exemplifies the The WICT Network Touchstones of Leadership and embodies WICT’s mission to develop women leaders who transform the industry.
  • An individual with a strong history of mentoring and coaching women throughout their career.
  • An individual who consistently enables women in Telecommunications to achieve their full potential, as evidenced through their passion, words, and actions.
  • An individual who supports the development and/or expansion of mentoring programs within their company and/or the industry.
  • A leader who is active in their support of, and/or time with The WICT Network Global and/or Rocky Mountain.
  • Nominee must be a member of the The WICT Network: Rocky Mountain Chapter by 02/01/22, as confirmed by WICT Global, and reside in Colorado, Utah, Nebraska, Montana, and Wyoming – or spend at least half of their time in one of those states.

 

Industry Partner of the Year

  • A Telecommunications Industry company/representative that is not a Cable Operator or Programmer.
  • A company/representative who is a key champion of the The WICT Network: Rocky Mountain Chapter, exemplifies the The WICT Network Touchstones of Leadership, and supports WICT’s mission to develop women leaders who transform the industry.
  • A company/representative who champions gender diversity efforts, embraces exemplary diversity and inclusion practices, and who consistently enables women in Telecommunications to achieve their full potential, as evidenced through the company’s/representative’s passion, words, and actions.
  • A company/representative that takes initiative, leads by example, is a role model to other companies/people in the industry, and demonstrates strong leadership and business savvy.
  • If nominating a company, company must have a Colorado, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, and/or Nebraska presence.
  • If nominating an individual, they must be a member of the The WICT Network: Rocky Mountain Chapter by 02/01/22, as confirmed by WICT Global, and reside in Colorado, Utah, Nebraska, Montana, and Wyoming – or spend at least half of their time in one of those states.

 

Leader to Watch

  • A leader in the Telecommunications Industry at the Manager, Sr Manager, Director, or Sr Director level (or technical equivalent) who shows tremendous potential and growth, and with impressive professional accomplishments.
  • A leader who exemplifies the The WICT Network Touchstones of Leadership.
  • A leader who champions gender diversity efforts, embraces diversity and inclusion practices.
  • A leader with a strong commitment to their company and the industry at large.
  • A leader who takes initiative, leads by example, and whose passion about their work inspires others.
  • A leader who is active in their support of, and/or time with The WICT Network Global and/or Rocky Mountain.
  • Nominee must have at least one year in the industry.
  • Nominee must be a member of the The WICT Network: Rocky Mountain Chapter by 02/01/22, as confirmed by WICT Global, and reside in Colorado, Utah, Nebraska, Montana, and Wyoming – or spend at least half of their time in one of those states.

 

Rising Star

  • A front/first line leader (a people manager of individual contributors) or individual contributor in the Telecommunications Industry.
  • A rising star who exemplifies the The WICT Network Touchstones of Leadership.
  • A rising star who leads by example, and demonstrates remarkable potential through their extraordinary performance, engagement, and impact on their team.
  • A rising star who shows a willingness to grow personally and professionally.
  • Nominee must have at least one year in the industry.
  • Nominee must be a member of the The WICT Network: Rocky Mountain Chapter by 02/01/22, as confirmed by WICT Global, and reside in Colorado, Utah, Nebraska, Montana, and Wyoming – or spend at least half of their time in one of those states.

 

Young Person to Watch

  • A current or recently graduated (in the last 6 months) High School or College student who exemplifies the The WICT Network Touchstones of Leadership.
  • A High School or College student who demonstrates remarkable potential through their extraordinary leadership, creative problem-solving, and courage in the face of life’s challenges.
  • A High School or College student who shows tremendous potential and growth, and who has impressive personal, school, and community accomplishments.
  • A High School or College student who takes initiative, leads by example, and whose passion inspires others.
  • Ideally, the nominee will have an interest in a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), Technology, or Telecommunications career.
  • Nominee must reside in Colorado, Utah, Nebraska, Montana, and Wyoming – or spend at least half of their time in one of those states.

 

Lifetime Achievement

  • An individual who retired (or is retiring) from the Telecommunications Industry at the VP level or above in 2021 or 2022 who has made increasingly significant contributions throughout their career to their company and the overall industry.
  • An individual who exemplifies the The WICT Network Touchstones of Leadership and embodies WICT’s mission to develop women leaders who transform the industry.
  • An individual with a reputation as a mentor and/or sponsor in the industry and inspires those around them.
  • An individual who champions gender diversity efforts, embraces exemplary diversity and inclusion practices, and who consistently enables women in Telecommunications to achieve their full potential, as evidenced through their passion, words, and actions.
  • An individual who is active in their support of, and/or time with The WICT Network: Rocky Mountain and/or Global.
  • Nominee must have at least ten years total in the industry (does not have to be consecutive).
  • Nominee must be a member of the The WICT Network: Rocky Mountain Chapter by 02/01/22, as confirmed by WICT Global, and reside in Colorado, Utah, Nebraska, Montana, and Wyoming – or spend at least half of their time in one of those states.

 

Excellence in Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI)

  • New award category this year to recognize a small to medium-sized company in the telecom industry that exemplifies a diverse workforce and an equitable and inclusive work environment.
  • The company must be greater than 30 and less than 1,000 people.
  • A company with a proven track record of promoting women and people of color.
  • A company that treats all employees equally through pay, promotions, respect, and opportunities.
  • A company that practices what they preach and meets or exceeds their diversity goals within their company, their community, and the industry.
  • A company that encourages every employee to be their authentic self.
  • A company that exemplifies the The WICT Network Touchstones of Leadership to develop leaders regardless of gender, race, or sexual orientation.
  • The company must have a Colorado, Utah, Montana, Wyoming, and/or Nebraska presence.
  • The nomination can come from a person outside the company being nominated, but at least 2 employees at different levels must contribute a testimonial to the company’s DEI commitment.

The WICT Network Touchstones of Leadership form the foundation for all of WICT’s initiatives serving as a compass along the path of strategic and effective leadership development.

KNOW YOURSELF and what you stand for and where you are headed.
You must understand who you are before you can decide who you want to be. Take stock of your strengths and weaknesses, and understand your limitations. Set realistic goals for yourself, keeping in mind that a balance between work and life makes for a healthy leader. Maintain your own morals, values and ethics, so you can hold yourself to the high standards you set. Unleash the leader within you, taking control of your career and steering it in the precise direction you want to go.

COMMUNICATE with passion and poise, in writing and in-person.
The strongest communicato​​rs do more than just talk. Aspire to deliver a speech powerful enough to inspire an entire auditorium or to put pen to paper in such a way that others can be rallied into action through the power of your words. Learn to negotiate for the best possible outcomes with both logic and compassion. The ability to do all this will make you a communicator who embodies conviction and passion – qualities a great leader needs to succeed.

LISTEN with more than just your ears. 
Strive to be an active listener who processes what is being conveyed and learn from people through their words. It is by listening with your heart, as well as your head, that you will build lasting relationships strengthening your cohort and helping others around you to grow along the way.

CONNECT to your peers, your industry, and everything around you.
You cannot move forward without a keen understanding of your network – the people you work with and the industry you work in. Immerse yourself in the economics and business practices that affect your company, clients, and colleagues. Keep your ear to the ground. Be aware of your competition and gain the upper hand. Build a support system for yourself and those within your community. Great leaders get connected and stay connected, using every ounce of information to their advantage.

BE A CATALYST and set the wheels of change in motion.
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The WICT Network: Rocky Mountain held its first Walk of Fame event in 2000 as a small awards ceremony for WICT members and industry professionals. Today, the Walk of Fame has grown to become the annual “who’s who” event for professionals in the cable telecommunications industry, attracting more than 600 guests each year. Honorees are announced in advance of the Walk of Fame event and their achievements are highly publicized throughout the industry. This even sells out every year, so get your tickets early!

Explore below to see who has been honored.

2020/2021 Honorees

Award Name Title Company
Woman of the Year Dana Filip-Crandall SVP, Customer Experience and Call Center Operations Comcast
Woman in Technology Jennifer Andreoli-Fang Distinguished Technologist CableLabs
Mentor of the Year Brian Lucyk Managing Director Slalom Consulting
Industry Partner of the Year Larry Wolcott President Rocky Mountain SCTE
Leaders to Watch Stacy Adams Senior Manager, Innovation & Incubation Comcast
Leaders to Watch Michelle Hunt Director, Engineering Charter
Leaders to Watch Kevin Uyeno Director, Project Deployment Charter
Leaders to Watch Susan Woolard Principal Engineer, Voice Engineering Comcast
Leaders to Watch Michael Wulf Manager, HR Analytics Charter
Rising Stars Andrea Carricato Service Delivery Coordinator Zayo
Rising Stars Shelly Moorman Senior Enterprise Product Manager Charter
Young Person to Watch Keidyfer Leon Student Overland High School

2019 Honorees

Award Name Company
Woman of the Year Jodi Robinson Charter
Woman in Technology Elisia Reed Charter
Mentor of the Year Shane Portfolio Comcast
Industry Partner of the Year Rachel Beisel CableLabs
Leaders to Watch Cindi Thompson Charter
Leaders to Watch Jen Shadboldt Charter
Leaders to Watch Janice Silver The Cable Center
Leaders to Watch Megan McCourt-Merk Sand Cherry Associations
Leaders to Watch Jill Johnson Comcast
Leaders to Watch Jason Foisy Comcast
Rising Stars Denise Hunt Comcast
Rising Stars Daisy Henderson Comcast
Rising Stars Robin Perman Comcast
Rising Stars Courtney Beckham Charter
Young Woman to Watch Monserrat Vazquez The Cable Center

 

Award Name Title Company
Woman of the Year Jana Henthorn President & CEO The Cable Center
Woman in Technology Laura Moche Senior Director Engineering Charter
Mentor of the Year David Eng Distinguished Engineer Comcast
Industry Partner of the Year Sand Cherry Boutique Consulting Firm Sand Cherry
Woman to Watch Holly Hinze Director Commercial/Residential Products Charter
Woman to Watch Marjorie Truitt Director Residential Product Reporting Charter
Woman to Watch Kelley Rapoza Director Technology Services Charter
Woman to Watch Jennifer Kramer Director Human Resources Comcast
Woman to Watch Christina Stephens Director Technical Operations Comcast
Woman to Watch Lisa Schwab UpRamp/Cable Labs
Young Woman to Watch Sravani Katamaneni STEM School Highlands Ranch

 

17th Annual Walk of Fame May 25th, 2017
NAME Award Company
Robin Tolva Woman of the Year Charter Communications
Adrianne Hinds Woman in Technology Cablelabs
Rich Jennings Mentor of the Year Comcast
Slalom Consulting Industry Partner of the Year Slalom
Ashley Berry Young Woman to Watch
Frances Augustine Woman to Watch Comcast
Kinsley Civili Woman to Watch Charter Communications
Kei Foo Woman To watch Charter Communications
Lisa Vandermark Woman To watch CSG
Robin Veit Woman To Watch Starz
Emily Winger Woman  To Watch Comcast
16th Annual Walk of Fame 2016
NAME Award Company Title
Jenelle Chaplin Woman To Watch Director and Above Comcast Director, Customer Care Strategic Initiatives (west division)
Shashikala Shamarao Woman To Watch Director and Above Charter Communications Director, Technology Services
Erin Kusmierski (Toney) Woman To Watch Director and Above Charter Communications Director, Wireless Internet Products
Grace Wiggins Woman To Watch Director and Above Charter Communications Sr. Supply Chain Demand Planner
Natalie Makowka Woman To Watch Director and Above Comcast Sr. IT Solutions (Comcast Business)
Judy Batenburg Woman in Technology Starz SVP IT Services
Christopher Marsh Mentor of the Year TWC VP of Web & Commerce Engineering
Sarah Gustashaw Woman of the Year Comcast VP, Finance Mountain West
16th Annual Walk of Fame May 21, 2015
NAME Award Company Title
Kathy Carrington Woman of the Year Charter Communications Senior VP-Corporate Services
Rich DiGeronimo Mentor of the Year Charter Communications Executive VP, Product & Strategy
Maria Rothschild Woman in Technology Comcast Director, National Video Deployment Engineering
Tom Gorman Partner of the Industry opXL, LLC President
Megan Reeder-Holman Woman to Watch Starz Entertainment, LLC VP of Sales & Affiliate Marketing
Pamela Kelley Woman to Watch Comcast Senior Director Human Resources – Nat’l Customer Ops
Angela Peleschka Woman to Watch Comcast West Division Vice President Credits and Collections
Cat Reusswig Woman to Watch Time Warner Cable Sr. Director Web Portals, Engineering Web & Commerce
Kris Shrader Woman to Watch Comcast West Division Director of Outsourcing Operations
15th Annual Walk of Fame May 22, 2014
NAME Award Company Title
Maggie Chan Jones Woman of the Year Level 3 Senior VP, Marketing
Steve White Mentor of the Year Comcast – West Division President
Michael Turner Partner of the Industry RevGen Partners President & CEO
Angela Plomondon Woman in Technology Charter Communications Senior Director, Video Operations
Cheryl Davis Woman to Watch Charter Communications Senior Director, Product Management
Sally Huriaux Woman to Watch Comcast – Mile High Region Director, Project Management
Adrianne Steiss Woman to Watch CSG International Executive Director, Global Corporate Marketing
Michelle White Woman to Watch Comcast – West Division Senior Director, FP&A
MacKenzie Roebuck-Walsh Woman to Watch Comcast – West Division Manager, Customer Experience
14th Annual Walk of Fame May 2, 2013
NAME Award Company Title
Amy Blair Woman of the Year Liberty Global, Inc. Senior VP, Chief Human Resources Officer
Peter Kalan Mentor of the  Year CSG International Chief Executive Officer and President
Nancy Davoust Woman in Technology Comcast Cable Distinguished Enginneer Systems & Security Architect
Jodi Robinson Woman in Technology Starz Entertainment VP Internet & Interactive Technology
Billi Capra Teamwork in Innovation Altitude Sports & Entertainment Vice President, Broadcast Services
Kim Carroll Woman to Watch Charter Communications Senior Director Strategic Program Management Office
Camille Hammond Woman to Watch Disney & ESPN Media Networks Senior Director Field Sales
Veronica “Roni” Jellison Womant to Watch Comcast Cable – West Division VP, Business Class Customer Service Stategy & Operations
Lori Lemmen Womant to Watch WOW! Internet Cable Phone Director, Program Management Office
Kalpa Subramanian Woman to Watch Comcast Cable Director, National Engineering & Technical Operations
Alexandra Ballas Woman to Watch Comcast Cable Manager Public Relations Mile High Region
13th Annual Walk of Fame 2012
NAME Award Company Title
Cathy Kuo Woman of the Year WOW! Internet, Cable and Phone Chief Marketing Officer
Shelly Harper Mentor of the Year Altitude Sports & Entertainment Senior VP, Programming & Production
Steve Raymond Teamwork in Innovation Disney ESPN Media Networks Senior VP, National Accounts
Joe Rooney Teamwork in Innovation Cox Communications Senior VP, Brand Marketing, Social Media & Advertising
Debbie Fitzgerald Woman in Technology CableLabs Debbie Fitzgerald
Karen Abene Woman to Watch Starz Entertainment Senior Director, Affiliate Sales and Support
Keely Rose Buchanan Woman to Watch Time Warner Cable Manager, Communications
Amy Kim Woman to Watch Charter Business Director of Marketing
Lisa Panepinto Woman to Watch Comcast West Division VP of Operations Analysis & Planning, Customer Care
Angela Plomondon Woman to Watch Comcast Senior Director Video Operations, Nat’ Engineering & Tech Ops
12th Annual Walk of Fame May 12, 2011
NAME Award Company Title
Cynthia Carpenter Woman of the Year iBahn Vice President Marketing, Americas
Maria Popo Woman of the Year Ubee Interactive President, Americas
Mike Hayashi Mentor of the Year Time Warner Cable Executive VP, Advanced Engineering &Technology
Marti Moore Woman in Technology Charter Communications VP of Web Technology – Customer Experience
Cindy Parsons Teamwork in Action Comcasat VP of Public Relations – Mile High Region
Ruth Rohs Teamwork in Action Comcast Manager of Community Relations – Mile High Region
Patty Bullington Woman to Watch Charter Communications Corporate Director of Marketing
Shelly Humphreys Woman to Watch Broadband Insights, Inc Mangaing Director
Katherine Kirchner Woman to Watch Comcast Executive Director of Operations
Angie Reynolds Woman to Watch Charter Communications Curriculum Manager
Darla Thompson Woman to Watch CSG Systems VP, Strategic Business Unit
11th Annual Walk of Fame April 29, 2010
NAME Award Company Title
Abby Pfeiffer Woman of the Year Charter Communications Senior VP, Human Resources
Scott Binder Mentor of the Year Comcast Senior VP, Mile High Region
Gary Traver Partner of the Industry Comcast Media Center Senior VP, COO
Carol MacBride Woman in Technology Comcast Spotlight Senior Director, New Product Technology Development
Amy Bell Woman to Watch Starz Entertainment Executive Director, Marketing Communications
Anne Collins Woman to Watch CSG Systems Executive Director, Account Management
Sara Eder Woman to Watch Eder Communications Principal and Owner
Shelly Guiou Thompson Woman to Watch Charter Communications Vice President, Programming
Cindy Varga Woman to Watch Liberty Global, Inc Program Manager, Office of the CTO
10th Annual Walk of Fame May 6, 2009
NAME Award Company Title
Kelly Bumann Woman of the Year Starz Entertainment VP Brand Strategy & Marketing Communications
Jill Stark Woman of the Year Charter Communications VP, West Operating Group
Tom Feige Mentor of the Year Time Warner Cable Regional VP of Northeast/National Division
Dr. Richard R. Green Partner of the Industry CableLabs President and Chief Executive Officer
Sara Baack Woman in Technology Level 3 Communications Senior Vice President, Voice Services
Nancy Hankins Woman to Watch Charter Communications Senior Director, Procurement
Connie Keith Woman to Watch CSG Systems VP, Charter Strategic Business Unit
Charlon McIntosh Woman to Watch Comcast Colorado Vice President of Customer Care
Jennifer Pellegrino Stamm Woman to Watch The Cable Center Marketing Manager
Missy Wood Woman to Watch Comcast Colorado Senior Manager of Engineering Operations
9th Annual Walk of Fame May 13, 2008
NAME Award Company Title
Tracy Baumgartner Woman of the Year Comcast West Division Vice President, Public Relations
Marwan Fawaz Mentor of the Year Charter Communications Chief Technical Officer & Executive Vice President
Jana Henthorn Partner of the Industry The Cable Center Senior VP, Programs & Education
Sherisse Hawkins Woman in Technology Time Warner Cable VP, Software Engineering
Grace Egan Woman in Technology Time Warner Cable VP, Product Engineering
Christin Brown Woman to Watch WOW! Internet Cable Phone Vice President, Marketing
Karen Eckmann Woman to Watch CSG Systems VP, Corporate Communicatons
Jacyn Meyer Woman to Watch Starz Entertainment Director, Affiliate Sales
8th Annual Walk of Fame May 2, 2007
NAME Award Company Title
Judi Allen Woman of the Year ALLENStrategies, Inc. President
Cathy Fogler Woman of the Year Charter Communications VP, Video Programming & Product Management
Brad Dusto Mentor of the Year Comcast Cable President – West Division
Cindy Bennett Partner of the Industry Organic People President
Leslie Ellis Woman in Technology Ellis Edits Independent analyst, columnist, author
Brenda Price Woman to Watch Time Warner Cable, National Division Senior Director of Marketing
Corrina Ruttkar Woman to Watch CSG Systems, Inc. Vice President, Customer Strategies
Vernise York Woman to Watch Comcast Colorado Digital Voice Operations Manager
7th Annual Walk of Fame May 25, 2006
NAME Award Company Title
Debbie Egner Woman of the Year Starz Entertainment Group Senior VP, Affiliate Sales and Sales Operations
Nancy McGee Woman of the Year Adelphia Communications Senior VP Marketing and Sales
Ed Nafus Mentor of the Year CSG Systems International, Inc. CEO & President
Louise Atkinson Woman of Influence TeleTech Senior VP of Strategic Accounts
Nancy Sanders Woman of Influence Time Warner Cable National Division VP, Group Operations and Division Marketing
Connie Campbell Woman of Influence Adelphia Communications Senior VP of Operations and Finance
Bonnie Cleaver Woman in Technology Comcast Media Center Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives
Kelly Bumann Woman to Watch Starz Entertainment Group VP of Key Initiatives
Cindy Parsons Woman to Watch Comcast – Colorado Region Senior Director of Public Relations
6th Annual Walk of Fame May 18, 2005
NAME Award Company Title
Leslie Grayson Woman of the Year Time Warner Cable – National Division Vice President of Operations
Cathy Klistrom Woman of the Year Comcast – West Division Senior Vice President of Customer Care
Ron Cooper Mentor of the Year Adelphia Communications President & COO
Rebecca Lim Woman in Technology Starz Entertainment Group Senior Director of Advanced Services
Maria Arias Woman to Watch Adelphia Communications VP of Law and Government Affairs
Wendy Farley Woman to Watch Comcast – Colorado Senior Director of Government Affairs
5th Annual Walk of Fame May 13. 2004
NAME Company Title
Sheryl Anderson Starz Encore Group Senior VP Human Resources & Administration
Louise Atkinson TeleTech Holdings, Inc Senior VP, Broadband
Lee Clayton Charter Communications Inc Senior VP, Operations Midwest Division
Leslie Ellis Analyst, Colmnist, Author
Charlotte Field Comcast Corporation Senior VP, Network and Technology
Ellen Filipiak Adelphia Communications, Inc. Senior VP, Customer Care
Cathy Kuo WOW! Internet & Cable Senior Vice President
Lisa Lee Broadband Insights, LLC Chief Executive Officer
Susan Rardin Comcast Corporation Vice President, Customer Care
Michelle Sie Whitten Encore International President & CEO
Cath Fogler Adelphia Communications, Inc. VP, Video Product Management
Juliet Randall Qwest Communications, Inc. Director, Local Voice Sercvices
Page Shaper Charter Communications Inc Director New Products
4th Annual Walk of Fame May 6, 2003
NAME Company Title
Linda Adams Level 3 Communications Group Vice President
Dana Crandall Qwest Communications Senior VP, Wholesale Customer Service Operations
Cyndee Everman Time Warner Cable VP Operational Support Systems
Lisa Lee Broadband Insights, LLC CEO
Midge Pierce WAM! Starz Encore Group VP, Programming
Mary White Comcast Cable, Colorado Market Senior Vice President
JoLynne Whiting US West & Qwest Communications Retired Officer
Linda Williams Time Warner Cable National Division VP, Human Resources
3rd Annual Walk of Fame May 16, 2002
NAME Company Title
Sam Klosterman Wisdom Media Group Vice President Affiliate Sales
Joanne Lintjer Daniels & Associates Director of Administration
Luisa Murcia AT&T Broadband Vice President – IP Technology Strategy
Nancy Murphy AT&T Broadband Senior Director, Regulatory Affairs
Midge Pierce WAM! America’s Kidz Network – Starz Vice President, Programming
Mary White AT&T Broadband Senior Vice Presdient
Linda Williams Time Warner Cable Vice President, Human Resources
2nd Annual Walk of Fame May 17, 2001
NAME Company Title
Ann Carlsen Carlsen Resources, Inc. Founder and CEO
Theresa Conley AT&T Broadband Vice President, Video Strategy & Product Management
Courtney Cowgill Formerly AT&T Broadband
Jana Henthorn A&E Television Networks Vice President, Affiliate Sales W. Region
Michelle Lee AT&T Broadband Vice President, National Access System
Sandy Monahan AT&T Broadband Senior Director, IT Systems Deployment & Operations Support
Nancy Murphy AT&T Broadband Senior Director, Regulatory Affairs
Pat Thompson Daniels & Associates Senior Vice President
Jillian Wachendorf Starz Encore Group, LLC Senior Vice President, Affiliate Marketing
Cathy Wilson The Literature Library of Broadband Technology CEO & Publisher
1st Annual Walk of Fame May 18, 2000
NAME Company Title
Colleen Abdoulah Formerly of AT&T Broadband
Ann Carlsen Carlsen Resources Founder & CEO
Jeanne Davison Voyant Technologies VP of Marketing
Suzy Dotson AT&T Cable Services Denver Director of Customer Service
Gayle Greer GS2 Principal & Co-Founder
Sandy Marquette AT&T Cable Services Cheyenne General Manager
Leslie Nittler Starz Encore Group Senior VP, New Media
Jan Peters MediaOne President & CEO
Kathy Stewart AT&T Cable Services Fort Collins General Manager
June Travis WICT National Past President
Jilliana Wachendorf Starz Encore Group Senior VP, Cable Sales & Affiliate Marketing
Priscilla Walker Walker Innovations President
Ruth Warren Formerly of Jones Intercable

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