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Build Your Personal Brand with Marge Jackson

October 7, 2019
The Comcast Center, Room 45 JKL
10:00am – 11:00am

In a follow-up to the immensely popular first session, Marge will walk participants through how to best build your personal brand.  Whether you were able to attend the first session or not, this will be a valuable session you don’t want to miss with a lot of high-energy interactive learning.

Don’t miss out!


Mid-Level Career Strategies: How To Survive, Thrive And Move On Up!

October 22, 2019
Comcast – Chesterbrook
725 Chesterbrook Blvd.Wayne, PA 19087
5:30pm – 8:00pm

Please join us for an open discussion on how our panelists are navigating the “middle” of their careers – when development, networking, and growth opportunities are the most important for further advancement. Then, break out into smaller groups to trade tips and tricks on where to focus your time and energy during this integral part of your career growth. Cocktails and appetizers will be available!

The Lucy
231 S. Broad StreetPhiladelphia, PA 19107

WICT Greater Philadelphia’s annual fundraiser and award reception is our signature event of the year! This is an evening to support our local chapter of Girls Inc. and celebrate outstanding leaders in the Philadelphia telecommunications industry.


Congratulations to our 2019 winners!

The Catalyst Award
Kathy DeAmicis
Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer, Comcast Spotlight

The Educator Award
Jeanine Heck
Vice President of Artificial Intelligence Product, Comcast Cable

The Communicator Award
Lauren Schnatz
Manager, Experience Design Operations,Comcast

The Inspire Award
Teresa Ward-Maupin
Vice President, Customer and Digital Experience, Comcast

Board Appreciation Award
Greg Stayin
COO and VP, pureIntegration

Interested in on a one-on-one coaching sessionwith an executive leader?
As a way to give back to our WICT members, for our Q3 Membership Raffle, we are partnering with the following senior executives for a 60 minute coaching session:

  • Edwige Robinson – Vice President at Comcast, XM Engineering Services
  • Mel Penna – Senior Vice President at Comcast, CX Integration & Adoption
  • Sonya Dore – Vice President at Comcast, Program Management
  • Lucy Rainey – Senior Vice President at Comcast, Consumer Marketing
  • Suzanne McFadden – Senior Vice President at Comcast, Marketing Customer Communications

If you’re interested in participating, please fill out the survey.
5 lucky members will be selected to participate.

Have you caught up on all the great interviews from this past year?
If not, check out our interviews with industry influencers and get some insight on how to navigate your career.

Did you know there is no time like the present to update your resume?

Was the resume invented in 1482 when daVinci put his personal accomplishments on paper? Maybe? Is September International Update your Resume Month, definitely – and the perfect time to freshen them up with all your latest skills and achievements. Resumes often fall into the following categories –

  • Chronological: presents work history, personal achievements, and education in chronological order
  • Functional: focuses on skills and abilities
  • Combination: equal emphasis on work history, skills, and abilities
  • Targeted: customize according to the position being applied for

Which resume is right for you? Any of them! Focus on the information you are trying to present to potential employers and determine your best fit. Still stuck? Read here or here for some tips.

Meet Czarina –  Senior Consultant, IT Advisory at EY!
Describe your role & what you love about it.

I am a Senior Consultant in the IT Advisory practice where I primarily work as a technical business analyst in the software development space. What I love about my role is being able to work closely with the business stakeholders to help improve their business processes but also in the weeds of documenting technical requirements for the development teams to help build out the technical solutions. It is always super rewarding seeing the solutions being built then delivered to the end users and gathering their feedback to continuously improve their experience.

How have other women inspired you or helped shape your career?

It is amazing to now see so many woman in such a male-dominated industry: for both telecommunications and technology. Being able to attend conferences and events where women share their experiences in the workforce and how they have broke through those barriers is truly inspiring. I had the opportunity to attend the WICT Leadership Conference and the Wonder Women Luncheon a few years in a row and all of speeches the honorees and speakers have made continue to give me inspiration to make an impact in this industry. Women have come far, but we still have so much more we can do. I only hope to be as inspiring of a role model for generations after me as the women I’ve had the pleasure to know and worked with.

What is something that most people don’t know about you?

I have always wanted to own my own restaurant. I love to cook and bake. I hope to one day open my own little cafe where I can serve up my favorite Filipino dishes and desserts!

Why do you think WICT is important?

WICT has continued to open so many doors for me. While WICT offers the typical networking and educational opportunities, it has also helped me with cultivating my leadership and mentorship skills. This organization continues to provide opportunities to develop the skills needed to be an effective leader. The benefits of being part of WICT are endless and what you make of it. I can honestly say I wouldn’t be where I am today in my career without the relationships I’ve built from the women and men I’ve met through this organization.