Operations Chair – Kira Chrysczanavicz
Director, Revenue Accounting, Comcast
Kira Chrysczanavicz, Operations Chair of WICT Greater Philadelphia, holds a Director position primarily focusing on process efficiency, technology, and automation for Revenue at Comcast. It has been an almost 12 year journey for Kira with a variety of accounting and financial system based roles in the Eastern Division and later the National Accounting Organization within Comcast. The opportunity at Comcast began with a Staff Account role, and then Senior, in the former Easter Division in 2007. In 2011, Kira began helping the teams reorganize the accounting structure by assisting in hiring and training for the newly created National Accounting Organization. During the restructure she was promoted to Supervisor, where she led a team to manage the national telecommunication expenses as well as P&L activities centered on the Western Division. In 2012, Kira started her technological venture as a Financial Systems Manager, later Director, with a new team responsible for the National Revenue Share Application (NRSA). NRSA is an automated solution for Franchise Fee and Multi-dwelling unit payments equating to $1B annually. As her team grew so would her career as the next step in 2014 was when her team took on a $48B a year initiative to develop a new process to record Revenue by Customer Relationship (RCR). This enabled the company to begin to look at their customers from a fresh perspective. In 2017, Kira took a role closer to her roots as an Accounting Director to promote efficiency and offer a technological perspective for the Revenue team.
Her latest endeavor is the systematic incorporation of the new Xfinity Mobile product revenue into the ledger by relationship. Kira will continuously strive for innovation in her career, but more importantly invests in her team and cross functional engagements. She is passionate about motivating through robust leadership and participates in the Women’s Network employee resource group at Comcast championing as a mentor. Kira is also an advocate for the Drexel co-op program partnering with Comcast as this year will be her sixth year participating. Prior to Comcast, Kira worked for a small telecommunications company where she worked directly for the controller helping them migrate to a forecasting model of operation. This accomplishment was largely related to her Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Mary Baldwin University. Outside of work, Kira has an array of hobbies from painting large scale artwork to writing her first novel, both of which come second to spending time with her family. Kira is the mother of five wonderful children, and cherishes each moment she is able to spend with them in their many adventures. This is Kira’s first year on the WICT Board and she is enthusiastic about what this year will bring!