Senior Vice President—Head of Sales, Comcast
Marge Jackson is a senior executive with over 20 years of experience in the telecommunications industry. She was recently appointed head of sales at Comcast, a Fortune 30 company with $100 billion in revenue, where she leads a team of 15,000 employees. In her role, she drives sales growth and revenue by enabling collaboration and partnership across the company’s divisions and care teams—responding quickly to emerging needs, fostering sales innovation, and driving Comcast’s omnichannel strategy. She also settles the strategic vision to deliver a superior customer sales experience through people, processes, tools, and technology. At Comcast, Marge has held a host of positions in sales, marketing, and customer service/care operations across all three national divisions and headquarters.
During her 20 plus years at Comcast, she is most proud to have made company history by launching the Black Experience on Xfinity channel—a first-of-its-kind, curated destination for Black content including entertainment, movies, TV shows, news, and more—in 2021. Endorsed by the esteemed African American Film Critics Association, this new destination is available to Xfinity customers at no additional cost on all platforms, including Xfinity X1, Flex, and Stream app. This channel centers Black storytelling and features content from existing Black programming partners and film studios as well as original programming from emerging Black content creators.
Marge has been recognized by her peers and colleagues as an industry leader and top minority woman in business. Marge was also one of only 30 candidates selected for the National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications’ (NAMIC’s) Executive Leadership Development Program. She was also selected as one of CableFax’s “Most Powerful Women in Cable.”
She is a graduate of Peirce College; an active member of CTAM; an executive advisor on the WICT Board Philly Chapter; a graduate of WICT’s prestigious Betsy Magness Leadership Institute as a Class of XVII fellow; a graduate of the Comcast Women in Leadership program at Wharton University; and most recently, a graduate of the CTAM Executive Program at Harvard University.