MacKenzie Roebuck-Walsh

MacKenzie Roebuck-Walsh grew-up in the exciting Wild West town of Deadwood, SD. She began working at her parent’s historic hotel at the age of 11, where she met people from around the world. Her passion for politics and global communications lead her to pursue dual degrees at Drake University in Des Moines Iowa. She graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2007 with her BS in International Business and BA in Public Relations.


After undergrad, MacKenzie moved to Japan to teach English with the JET Program.  She enjoyed expanding her cross-cultural communication skills living and working abroad and was appointed by the Governor of Hyogo Prefecture as a young ambassador to Japan.


MacKenzie graduated with her IMBA in 2011 from Daniel’s College of Business at the University of Denver. While still at Daniel’s she was part of the 2010 winning Cable Apprentice Team and received a position with Sand Cherry Associates an international management consulting firm specializing in the Cable and Broadband industry. Today, she continues to love her work with them as the Manager of Customer Experience for Comcast’s West Division working on a variety of projects from change management to flexible workforce initiatives.

Mayor Hancock appointed MacKenzie to the Denver Women’s Commission in May of 2012. The commission is tasked with enhances the quality of life in Denver by assisting women in the attainment of equality and full opportunity. MacKenzie also sits on the Rocky Mountain Women in Cable board and hopes to increase the number of women in the C-suit and on boards across the state.