Rhonda Nesmith Crichlow

Chief Diversity Officer at Charter Communications, Inc.

Rhonda Nesmith Crichlow

Rhonda Nesmith Crichlow

Chief Diversity Officer at Charter Communications, Inc.

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Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer at Charter Communications, Inc.

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Executive Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer & Controller at Charter Communications, Inc.

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Secretary & Director at Choose New Jersey, Inc.

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Chief Executive Officer at Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

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Executive Vice President & General Counsel at Public Service Enterprise Group, Inc.

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Chair at New Jersey After 3, Inc.

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Chief Financial Officer at Charter Communications, Inc.

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Founding Partner at Searchlight Capital Partners LLC

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Executive Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary at Charter Communications, Inc.

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Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer at Charter Communications, Inc.

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Rhonda Nesmith Crichlow
Chief Diversity Officer at Charter Communications, Inc.
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The George Washington University actively engages Washington, D.C., and the world. Their location in the heart of Washington places them at the core of U.S. government, policy and law. They sit where the worlds of science, technology, media and the arts converge. Their students and faculty have the unparalleled opportunity to study and work alongside leaders and practitioners in every discipline, to take part in the interchanges that shape our community and the world. The George Washington University was created in 1821 through an Act of Congress, fulfilling George Washington’s vision of an institution in the nation’s capital dedicated to educating and preparing future leaders. Today, GW is the largest institution of higher education in the District of Columbia. They have more than 20,000 students—from all 50 states, the District and more than 130 countries—studying a rich range of disciplines: from forensic science and creative writing to international affairs and computer engineering, as well as medicine, public health, the law and public policy. GW comprises three campuses—Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon in Washington, D.C., and the GW Virginia Science and Technology Campus in Ashburn, Va.—as well as several graduate education centers in the metropolitan area and Hampton Roads, Va.

Duke University is an academic university that offers undergraduate, graduate and professional programs. It also has publications and research services. The university was founded in 1838 and is headquartered in Durham, NC.

Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, the University of Virginia School of Law is a world-renowned training ground for distinguished lawyers and public servants. Consistently ranked among the top law schools in the nation, Virginia has educated generations of lawyers, instilling in them a commitment to leadership, integrity and community service. Virginia is justly famous for its collegial environment that bonds students and faculty, and student satisfaction is consistently cited as among the highest in American law schools. At Virginia, law students share their experiences in a cooperative spirit, both in and out of the classroom, and build a network that lasts well beyond their three years here. With more than 20,000 students and a faculty of more than 2,100, the University of Virginia has been ranked first or second among the nation's public universities since 1984. The University's diverse intellectual life is open to law students: Up to 12 credits from other departments may be counted toward the J.D. degree.

Career History
Vice President & Head-US Diversity & Inclusion
2006 - 2016

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp. develops, manufactures, and markets prescription drugs. It manufactures and markets prescription drugs used to treat a number of diseases and conditions including cardiovascular, dermatological, central nervous system, bone disease, cancer, organ transplantation, psychiatry, infectious disease, and respiratory. The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in East Hanover, NJ.

Chief Diversity Officer
2016 - Current

Charter Communications, Inc. engages in the provision of broadband communications services. Its services include Spectrum TV, Spectrum Internet, and Spectrum Voice. The firm offers business-to-business Internet access, data networking, business telephone, video and music entertainment services, and wireless backhaul. It operates through Cable Services segment. Its advertising sales and production services are sold under the Spectrum Reach brand. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Stamford, CT.

Boards & Committees
Member, Board of Trustees
2020 - Current

Established in 1979, the Community Foundation of New Jersey is an alliance of families, businesses and foundations that work together to create lasting differences in people’s lives and communities. The organization connects donors to organizations, issues and communities important to them over time, and provides ongoing leadership on issues critical to the health of New Jersey

Member, Board of Advisors
2017 - Current

Founded in 1980, the National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) is the premier organization that educates, advocates and empowers for multi-ethnic diversity in the communications industry. Our success lies in our ability to cultivate individual careers as well as partnering with our country's leading media companies committed to leveraging diversity as a business imperative. NAMIC helps facilitate the personal and professional development of individuals from entry-level to the C-Suite, and every level in between. The membership roster comprises more than 2,100 professionals from both the business and creative sides of the industry who come from a broad range of disciplines, and represent cable telecommunications, broadcast, digital, film and print media. For over three decades, NAMIC has been shaping critical thinkers, advancing careers and empowering individuals and companies alike, to optimize the strategic opportunities inherent in both workforce and consumer diversity. Through our educational offerings and industry-wide initiatives, NAMIC continues to broaden its impact as demographic shifts, globalization and technology rapidly change the way we do business. NAMIC is at the forefront of the drive towards ethnic diversity in the communications industry. Our purpose is developing the pipeline of diverse talent from which the next generation of industry leadership will be selected. This is carried out in a variety of ways, as NAMIC engages with professionals and the companies invested in their success. Education, mentoring, leadership development, and positioning diversity as an essential business asset are the areas in which we excel.

Director-at-Large
Current

Women in Cable and Telecommunications is the largest and oldest organization serving women in cable media. Since WICT’s creation in 1979, our mission has been? to create women leaders who transform our industry.? We accomplish this through highly acclaimed training and development programs. WICT also advocates for women in cable by commissioning original research that measures progress and by utilizing data that demonstrates the business benefits of increased gender diversity in the workplace.?

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THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA LAW SCHOOL FOUNDATION'S PRIMARY PURPOSE IS TO RECEIVE, MANAGE AND EXPEND FUNDS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA LAW SCHOOL FOUNDATION'S PRIMARY PURPOSE IS TO RECEIVE, MANAGE AND EXPEND FUNDS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA LAW SCHOOL FOUNDATION'S PRIMARY PURPOSE IS TO RECEIVE, MANAGE AND EXPEND FUNDS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA SCHOOL OF LAW.

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