Ellen East

Ellen East

Ellen East

EVP & Chief Communications Officer Time Warner Cable

Ellen East is Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer for Time Warner Cable, Inc., where she provides strategic counsel on companywide public relations, corporate communications and industry affairs. Ms. East oversees a staff responsible for national media relations, issues management, product communication, public policy communication, employee and leadership communication, community relations and corporate philanthropy.

Ms. East joined Time Warner Cable in October 2007 from Cox Communications, Inc., where she served as Vice President, Communications and Public Affairs. Prior, Ms. East was Assistant City Editor for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and a reporter and editor at a number of daily newspapers.

Ms. East serves as co-chair of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association’s Public Affairs committee and is a member of the boards of the T. Howard Foundation and the Families and Work Institute. She has served as chair of the national board of directors for Women in Cable Telecommunications and as President of the Cable Television Public Affairs Association (now the Association of Cable Communicators). She was a fellow in the 2001 class of WICT’s Betsy Magness Leadership Institute, and subsequently served as chair of that program.

Ms. East has been the recipient of numerous industry awards, including the 2002 NCTA Vanguard Award for Young Leadership. She has been honored as a “Woman to Watch” and a “Wonder Woman” by Women in Cable Telecommunications and received a “Rainmaker” award from CTAM. She has received two Silver Anvil Awards for issues management and integrated communications from the Public Relations Society of America.

Ms. East graduated from the University of Alabama in 1983 with a bachelor’s degree in news-editorial journalism.

Time Warner Cable is among the largest providers of video, high-speed data and voice services in the U.S., connecting more than 15 million customers to entertainment, information and each other.