Comcast’s Sandy Gunn Joins C2HR’s Board of Directors
NAPERVILLE, IL., July 19, 2019 — Robert “Sandy” Gunn, senior vice president, human resources for Comcast Advertising, the advertising business unit of Comcast Cable, has joined the board of directors for Content & Connectivity Human Resources (C2HR).
With 35 years of HR experience, Gunn built his career by driving success in all regions of the world for leading companies such as Vonage, EMI Music, Vivendi Universal (Publishing and Gaming) and Schlumberger, Ltd. He has lived in Canada, Europe and the United Kingdom. Gunn joined Comcast in 2008 as the Chief People Officer of Comcast Interactive Media and has held several senior vice president positions across the company.
Gunn recently completed the Teleos Leadership Institute’s Coaching Development program which is accredited by the International Coaching Federation. He graduated from the University of Ottawa in Canada where he earned a Bachelor of Commerce (honors) and a Bachelor of Administration.
C2HR’s board is responsible for the nonprofit organization’s strategic planning, policies, financial management and program development. For more information about C2HR, please visit www.C2HR.org.
Content & Connectivity Human Resources (C2HR) is a professional association serving 4,300 members from nearly 50 companies spanning the telecommunications, technology, media and entertainment sectors. C2HR provides industry-specific analytics, information and resources, as well as networking and educational opportunities. Its groundbreaking initiatives include its Annual Compensation Surveys and HR Symposium. For more information, visit www.C2HR.org.
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