As a proven leader in the cable and telecommunications industry, Maggie Bellville has a thorough understanding of what it takes to hire and nurture top executives. Throughout her executive career she has established a proven track record of attracting key leadership to her organizations and successfully partnering with each individual to drive success and change within each business. Today as a Partner of CarterBaldwin, her unique experience and expertise equip her well to assist her clients in developing top leadership teams that make impact.
Prior to joining CarterBaldwin, Ms. Bellville served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Charter Communications, a Fortune 500 company and one of the nation’s top cable operations, where she was responsible for company field operations, as well as marketing, programming, customer care and advertising sales.
Preceding her time with Charter, Ms. Bellville served as the President and CEO of Incanta, Inc., a start-up technology-based streaming content company based in Atlanta. She also held numerous leadership positions within Cox Communications, Inc., where in a seven year period Ms. Bellville advanced from the role of Vice President of Operations to Executive Vice President of Operations with responsibility for Cox’s three operating divisions, marketing, advertising sales, customer care, research and analysis, business services, and business operations.
Ms. Bellville has also held leadership positions with the former Century Communications and the former GTE Wireless/Contel Cellular, Inc. She received a B.A. in Social Science from the State University of New York at Binghamton and completed the Advanced Management Program at the Harvard Business School.
Ms. Bellville is the recipient of numerous professional honors and distinctions, including being named one of the Top 10 Women in Business in Atlanta; "Woman of the Year" by the California Chapter of Women in Cable; "Woman to Watch" by the Atlanta Chapter of Women in Cable; and "Woman of the Year," a national award by Women in Cable. She has also served on the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the California Cable Television Association, the Board of Directors of Cable Positive, the Board of Directors of the Women in Cable and Telecommunications Foundation and held the role of advisor to the National Cable and Telecommunications Association Task Force on Diversity.
Presently, she is a Board Member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Georgia Chapter and is a Membership Chair of the Board of Directors Network (BDN), Atlanta. Maggie is also a member of the board of The American Israel Chamber of Commerce.