Comcast said it has appointed Dennis Mathew senior vice president of its Western New England Region, an area which employs more than 1,600 people and spans Connecticut, western Massachusetts, Vermont, western New Hampshire and New York.
Mathew will be responsible for all aspects of the business in those territories, including sales, marketing, operations, financial performance and customer experience.
“I’m thrilled Dennis has accepted this role and I am confident his strong leadership and commitment to excellence, combined with his passion and proven track record for delivering superb products and services, sets our Western New England team up for continued success,” said Comcast Northeast division president Kevin Casey in a press release. The Northeast division includes 14 northeastern states from Maine through Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Mathew has been with Comcast for 15 years and most recently served as vice president & general manager of Xfinity Home at Comcast’s Philadelphia headquarters. He previously served on the company’s XFinity Internet product team launching new products and services and Comcast’s audit organization, where he performed enterprise-wide risk assessments. Prior to joining Comcast, Mathew had been a consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Arthur Andersen.
“This is an exciting time to be part of Comcast and the Western New England Region, with amazing product innovation taking place every day and tremendous progress toward delivering a world-class customer experience,” Mathew said in a press release.