Terri Youngs

​Terri Youngs is currently the Director of Human Resources for Technical Operations and Engineering at Comcast Cable.  She began her career at Comcast in 2010 as a Human Resources Professional.  Terri now leads a team of two Human Resources Managers and a Human Resource Professional helping to support a regional employee base of over 2,500 employees.  She has gained experience at Comcast working in both regional and divisional roles supporting a variety of workgroups.  She has in-depth experience in designing policy and processes and implementing HR strategy designed to align with business objectives resulting in organizational alignment.  In her role, Terri is a visible business partner functioning in development of workforce planning to include retention programs, hiring strategy, new employee onboarding, leadership development and creating a culture of a Great Place to Work at Comcast. 

Terri is a certified Prosci Change Practitioner sitting on the West Division Change Council and leads change management efforts across the division and the Houston Region.  She has spearheaded multiple career development programs for Comcast including the Career Advance Program, Technician Progression Program, New Leader Onboarding and Leadership Institute.  Terri also an accredited Insights Discovery Practitioner and conducts workshops to assist leaders improve team effectiveness, communication and connections across work groups. 

Prior to joining Comcast, Terri worked in both the Financial and Oil/Gas industries leading Talent Management and The Bank of New York Mellon and Halliburton/KBR.  She earned a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Houston, Central Campus and holds a Senior Professional of Human Resources (SPHR) from The HR Certification Institute.  Terri resides in Houston, Texas with her 16 year old son Terron.  She is an avid sports enthusiast spending her free time watching her son compete on the basketball court, traveling, or cheering on her favorite professional teams:  Rockets, Texans and Astros.