Mackenzie Roebuck-Walsh has a passion for the cable industry and connecting people to what is important. While obtaining her MBA at the University of Denver, Mackenzie won the Rocky Mountain CTAM chapter Cable Apprentice Competition in May 2010. This provided Mackenzie with the start to her career in cable in May 2010 by going to work with Sand Cherry Associates, a broadband, telecommunications and media consulting firm, where she worked closely with Comcast. In September 2013, Mackenzie began her current role at Comcast West Division. Mackenzie's enthusiasm for the industry is demonstrated through her involvement in a number of organizations, including Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) and Rocky Mountain Cable Association (formally CTAM). An active member of the Rocky Mountain WICT chapter since 2010, Mackenzie has held multiple leadership roles, including Social Media Chair and Director of Chapter Investment. In the spring of 2014, Mackenzie was honored at the Rocky Mountain WICT Walk of Fame event as a 'Woman to Watch'. MacKenzie is also the co-chair for the Denver Women's Network, the first ERG that includes women across divisions and NBCU.