LONE TREE, CO (Feb. 21, 2019) – The University of Colorado South Denver has announced that the President of Comcast – West Division, Steve White, will be joining them next month for their Journey to the Top | C-Suite Series. This series features CEOs from a multitude of industries, sharing their triumphs, challenges and lessons learned with the public during intimate fireside chats at CU South Denver’s Great Hall.
White will share his personal journey and experiences from his time at Comcast – West Division, where he oversees 13 states that serve nine million customer relationships across three time zones, and almost 30,000 employees and contractors. The event, held on Thursday, March 7, from 5 – 7:30 pm, is free and open to the public with limited seating.
“Being a life-long learner and having an appetite for new insights and perspectives may be one of the things that separates the good from the great,” White said. “I believe education is the gateway to success, and I’m looking forward to participating in this program with CU South Denver.”
“This new speaker series is just one of many ways that CU South Denver is bringing exceptional educational opportunities to our community and beyond,” said Millet. “We are proud to have CU in Lone Tree, and it’s an honor to participate.”
Scot Chadwick, the vice chancellor of enterprise development for CU South Denver, states that this will be an “invaluable educational opportunity for professionals across the Denver Metro Area to further their own professional development and garner hands-on insights and learnings from a leader’s journey.”
The Journey to the Top | C-Suite Series boasts a variety of other CEO luminaries including Kent Thiry, CEO of DaVita and Mary Rhinehart, CEO of Johns Manville. Learn more about this unique program and register here.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Steve White has been the president of Comcast – West Division for 9 years. With its headquarters in Englewood, Colorado, the West Division encompasses 13 states serving 9 million customer relationships with 30,000 employees. Due to its size and diverse areas, Comcast often tests new products and initiatives in a West Division market before launching nationwide.