Carol Hevey has served as Executive Vice President of Time Warner Cable’s East Region since the fall of 2009. In her current role, she has responsibility for cable operations serving more than 4.2 million residential video and commercial, high-speed data, digital phone and wireless customers in the Company’s operations in the east. Carol was instrumental in creating a regional operating structure for the Company, to better serve the region’s 12,000 employees and customers.
She has served in a variety of operations roles for Time Warner Cable during her 26 years in the cable industry, including Executive Vice President of Time Warner Cable’s Carolina Region from 2004-2009. Prior to her appointment to Executive Vice President, she was President of Time Warner Cable’s Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Portland, Maine; and Boston, Massachusetts divisions. Throughout her career, she has led organizations to achieve outstanding results through a focus on growth, customer service and employee satisfaction. In addition to her operating responsibilities, Hevey helped found and chairs Time Warner Cable’s Diversity Council and Time Warner Cable’s Women’s Leadership Council. These councils serve in advisory capacities to TWC senior leadership and are engaged in a variety of diversity and inclusion initiatives across the company, including communications, education, advocacy, leadership development and employee networking.
A native of Ohio, Hevey attended Purdue University and the University of Pittsburgh. She is a member of the Cable and Telecommunications Association for Marketing (CTAM), Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT), and the National Association of Minorities in Cable (NAMIC). She serves on the board of directors of Charlotte Center City Partners, Charlotte Chamber of Commerce and Central Piedmont Community College Foundation. Hevey is also on the board of advisors for the Charlotte Area YWCA and the North Carolina Governor’s Conference for Women. Hevey has received several Company and industry awards, including Multichannel News’ Wonder Women award in 2005 and was recognized in 2008 as one of the Powerful Women in Cable by Cable Fax Magazine.