Charter Communications said it has hired Jane Rhodes-Wolfe as group vice president, head of corporate security, where she will will oversee physical security matters for the company and manage Charter’s overall relationship with law enforcement.
Rhodes-Wolfe, who reports to Charter senior executive VP David Ellen, will be based out of the company’s Stamford, Conn., headquarters and also provide support for to executive management on cybersecurity matters, the company said.
Rhodes-Wolfe joins Charter following 20 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where she most recently served as section chief, counterterrorism division. During her time at the FBI, Rhodes-Wolfe also served in other leadership positions, including national programs dedicated to national security, criminal investigations, and technology systems.
“In this increasingly dangerous world, Jane’s proven leadership and experience make her the ideal candidate to lead the physical security strategies and programs at Charter and to maintain the critical law enforcement relationships that help keep our 90,000 employees safe,” said Ellen, in a statement.
Since retiring from the FBI earlier this year, Rhodes-Wolfe has worked as a consultant, lending her expertise in security, enterprise risk management and media relations to private and government clients, Charter said.
Rhodes-Wolfe holds a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from Western Michigan University.