With more than 20 years of financial experience in the media and telecommunications industries, Mary Meduski joined Suddenlink Communications in July 2006, as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. As CFO, she helps set Suddenlink’s strategic direction, raises capital to support the company’s growth objectives, and oversees its accounting, tax, treasury, financial reporting, risk management, programming and information technology functions. She plays a key role in corporate development and maintains relationships with the company’s financial advisors, lenders and investors.
Before joining Suddenlink, Ms. Meduski served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of AAT Communications Corp., the largest privately owned wireless tower company in the United States at the time. In that capacity, she raised capital to support the company’s growth objectives and was responsible for the accounting, tax, treasury, risk management, and contracts administration functions. Additionally, Ms. Meduski played a key role in the company’s corporate development activities, including the sale of AAT to SBA Communications in 2006.
Prior to joining AAT, Ms. Meduski was a Managing Director in the Media and Communications Investment Banking Group at TD Securities (a subsidiary of TD Bank Financial Group), and prior to that she served a similar role at BankBoston Securities (now Bank of America Merrill Lynch). In these roles, she was instrumental in developing corporate and investment banking relationships with companies in the media and telecommunications industries.
Ms. Meduski serves as Chair of the National Board of WICT. She previously served as Treasurer of the National Board and is a member of the Midwest and New York Chapters of WICT. She has been named to CableFAX’s list of Most Powerful Women in Cable in each of the last seven years and has been named a Multichannel News Wonder Woman, Class of 2012.
Ms. Meduski holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cornell University and a Masters in Business Administration from Boston University, where she graduated first in her class.