PITTSBURGH, PA – January 14, 2021 – Toni Murphy has been named Senior Vice President of Comcast’s Keystone Region, overseeing the organization’s operational, strategic and financial performance across areas serving western, central and northeastern Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio, northern West Virginia and the Maryland panhandle. The Region is headquartered in Pittsburgh, where Murphy is based.
“Toni is a dynamic and proven executive and people leader who will bring our Keystone Region to the next level. Her experience and passion for delivering world-class products and services along with her strength of developing customer-focused, high performing teams will continue to distinguish Comcast,” said Kevin Casey, President of Comcast’s Northeast Division, which includes 14 northeastern states from Maine through Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Murphy joined Comcast in 2008, holding positions in the Chicago and California Regions in Business Support & Analytics and Business Development, respectively, before being named the Keystone Region’s Vice President of Project Management in 2015. In 2017, she was named Vice President of Comcast Business for Keystone and has served as the Region’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing since 2019.
“I have had the great fortune to be a part of Comcast’s Keystone Region for more than five years and am proud of the work we have done to create awesome experiences for both our employees and our customers,” said Murphy. “I am thrilled and grateful to be able to continue my career journey in the great city of Pittsburgh – a city built on public/private partnerships, innovation and philanthropy, and a home that my family and I have come to love deeply.”
Highly engaged within her industry and the community, Murphy is an executive sponsor of Comcast’s Diversity and Inclusion Council and plays an active role with organizations including Women in Cable Telecommunications, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Strong Women Strong Girls and Catalyst Connection.
Murphy has been widely recognized for her achievements and has been named to a variety of awards lists including: multiple CableFax: The Magazine’s “Most Influential Minorities”; 2019 Pittsburgh Business Times Women of Influence; 2019 New Pittsburgh Courier Women of Excellence; 2018 Greater Pittsburgh ATHENA Young Professional Award winner; 2018 National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications Next Generation of Leaders Award; 2018 The Incline Who’s Next; 2017 Pittsburgh Magazine 40 under 40.
Prior to joining Comcast, Murphy worked in private equity at The Gores Group and in investment banking at UBS Investment Bank. She holds a B.A. from Princeton University.