Comcast appoints BJ Daisey as area VP for California's Sacramento Valley

BJ Daisey is the new area vice president for Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA) California's Sacramento Valley Area. Daisey, who previously was the director of technical operations for Comcast's West Division in Denver, will oversee all aspects of Comcast's operations in Sacramento, Stockton, Modesto, Chico, Oroville, Grass Valley, Marysville and Yuba City.

Daisey

Daisey will report to Marty Robinson, vice president of operations for Comcast California. He has been with Comcast since 1999, is a member of the SCTE and has completed several executive education courses including the Comcast High Tech Management & Leadership program.

"BJ will have overall management responsibility for an essential piece of our vast technical operations and extensive workforce in California," Robinson said. "As part of our continued commitment to the Golden State, his focus will be to take excellent care of our customers and our employees, while improving our operational performance."

For more:
-see this press release

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