Rebecca Scilingo 

Comcast Cable Corporation

Rebecca Scilingo is Vice President of the Enterprise Program Management Office (EPMO) & Communications for Comcast Cable Corporation.  In this role, she was responsible for the establishment of the EPMO organization which was recently formed at Comcast.  Beckie guides her teams as they partner with Core Business groups to ensure that Comcast delivers key programs across the enterprise.  Her teams are responsible for ensuring that the key programs are delivered and communicated across multiple organizations according to the business priorities.  These efforts have lead to the establishment of a company-wide program prioritization to ensure alignment across the organizations.  Additionally, Beckie is leading the Comcast’s divisions in establishing a partnership that will create Divisional PMO groups that will interface directly with the EPMO to assist in becoming more efficient in our deployment of the programs across the company. She and her team are focused on improving the quality and the time to market for Comcast’s Products in the future.

Beckie has over 10 years of experience at Comcast. She began her career as an Applications Project Manager and worked her way up to the Vice President of Governance, Communications and PMO before fulfilling her current role as the Vice President of EPMO & Communications.  During her tenure, Beckie led the Product Development and Deployment of the Video On Demand Infrastructure, company-wide.  As she progressed in the company her role was expanded to lead the teams responsible for the deployment and implementation of engineering initiatives that supported Comcast’s voice, video and high speed data New Products.

Prior to Comcast, Beckie worked for 4 years at a systems integration company, JVC Technologies, Inc., where she was responsible for managing video conferencing initiatives for their clients.

Beckie holds a B.S. in Communications Systems Management from Ohio University with a minor in business administration.  Beckie was named a “Woman to Watch” and nominated as “Wonder Woman” in 2006 by the WICT organization.


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