This content is submitted by businesses in Alabama. Submit your “people on the move” story here.

Mike McArdle

Mike McArdle named senior VP of South Region for Comcast

Mike McArdle has been named senior vice president of Comcast’s South Region, which includes Alabama, Georgia, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee.

In this new role, McArdle will lead a multi-functional team of more than 3,500 members, including operations, customer experience, business strategy and development, sales, marketing, finance, human resources, government relations and community investment.

“Mike has a proven track record as an innovative and agile leader who is committed to delivering an exceptional customer experience,” said Christine Whitaker, Comcast Central Division president. “His understanding of our business and customer priorities, coupled with his people-first leadership approach positions him, our team and the business well for future growth and success.”

Under McArdle’s leadership, Comcast will continue to accelerate access to its Xfinity 10G Network being built to power the rapid rise in internet consumption that is happening today and will continue well into the future.

- Sponsor -

“I look forward to working with a fantastic team of professionals who are passionate about providing excellent service to our customers across the South,” McArdle said.

McArdle started his career at Comcast in 1996 as a customer account executive and progressed into roles including senior vice president of national customer care for customer experience strategy and operations and senior vice president of customer care and CX for Comcast’s Central Division.

Comcast is a global media and technology company that delivers broadband, wireless and video through Xfinity, Comcast Business and Sky; produces, distributes and streams leading entertainment, sports and news through brands including NBC, Telemundo, Universal, Peacock and Sky; and brings theme parks and attractions to live through Universal Destinations & Experiences.


The latest Alabama business news delivered to your inbox