Nomi Bergman

Nomi Bergman is President of Bright House Networks, the nation’s sixth largest cable television provider.  She and her team provide corporate guidance, execution, and oversight of technology, product and strategic partnerships across the company’s video, broadband, voice and wireless platforms.

Nomi began her career as a systems consultant at Arthur Andersen & Co, and then joined Advance Publications’ Systems Group, owned by the Newhouse family.  After the formation of the Time Warner/Advance Newhouse partnership in the early 1990s, she joined Time Warner Cable, working in customer care, business operations, and IT.  Later, as Vice President and General Manager of High Speed Data Services for Time Warner Cable’s Charlotte, North Carolina division, she led the launch of the RoadRunner broadband Internet service.

Nomi was part of the senior management team that successfully launched Bright House Networks in 2003.  Under the leadership of this new team, Bright House Networks has had its two flagship divisions – Tampa Bay and Orlando – named Systems of the Year by both MultiChannel News and CableWorld.  She and her team helped launch VoIP-based voice services that reached 500,000 subscribers in less than 24 months, and the company won J.D. Powers Awards three years in a row as best telecommunications service provider.  Bright House Networks has also launched innovative new products across its digital video and high-speed data platforms, such as Start-Over, Caller ID on TV and market-leading Road Runner residential and commercial services.

Nomi is actively involved with and a member of CableLabs, NCTA, CTAM and NAMIC.  She has served on the Board of Directors for WICT, and is a graduate of WICT’s first Betsy Magness Leadership Development Program (BMLI) class.  She is currently on the Board of Directors for SCTE.  She was recognized by WICT and SCTE with the Women In Technology award, in January 2009 she was recognized as CED’s Person of the Year, and in April 2009 she received the Distinguished Vanguard Award for Leadership.  Through her participation and leadership with these key groups, Nomi has become a key spokesperson and advocate for industry innovation and new competitive technologies and services, all with the goal of continuously improving customer value and satisfaction.

She also enjoys involvements with community and civic organizations.  During her previous tenure in Charlotte, she served on the board of Charlotte Jewish Preschool, Jewish Family Services and Providence Day School.  She is a graduate of Leadership Charlotte and served on its board, and was named to the Charlotte Business Journal’s “40 under 40” by her professional and civic colleagues.  Now in Syracuse, where she has resided since 2003, she currently serves on the board of the Jewish Community Center, and was on the board of the Crouse Health Foundation.

Nomi holds a degree in Economics and Statistics from the University of Rochester.  She resides in Fayetteville, New York, with her husband, Neal, and three daughters, Rebecca, Dori, and Allison.