Amy Lynch

Regional Vice President of Technical Operations
Comcast, California

 

As Regional Vice President of Technical Operations for Comcast California, Amy Lynch is responsible for 2,500 employees who are part of the technical operations and Comm Ops Team. This group leads the company in performance and service improvements - paving the way for the California region to make significant contributions to the business in every area.

In her most recent role, she oversaw all aspects of Comcast’s operations for one of cable TV’s highest profile territories – Silicon Valley and the tech-savvy San Francisco Peninsula. She was responsible for a team of approximately 600 employees, and oversaw the extensive Southwest Bay territory that stretches from San Francisco through Santa Clara County, and south to Monterey County. She also served as the AVP for Comcast in Southern Colorado and previously served in Comcast’s Mile High Region as the General Manager of the Colorado Mountains, as well as AVP of Northern Colorado.  During her five-year tenure with the Mile High Region, Lynch led numerous initiatives and improvements, including facilitating the first ever contract between Comcast and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) which provided Comcast access and use of CDOT fiber.

She previously served as Director of Sales and Marketing for Comcast’s former West Bay Area.  She also served as the Regional Vice President of Sales and Marketing in Comcast’s Maryland territory before making her mark in Colorado. Lynch began her career at Cox Communications and also held a variety of marketing and leadership positions at @Home Solutions/Excite@Home. 

A native of New England, Amy graduated from the University of Connecticut where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing and Communications.  She has completed many executive education courses including the SCTE Tuck School of Business Leadership Program and the Comcast Corporate Executive Leadership Forum (ELF). She also serves as an active member of WITI (Women in Technology International), Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT), and was named one of the Most Influential Women in San Francisco as well as one of CableFAX’s Most Powerful Women in 2013.  Amy resides in San Francisco.