The last 12 months have been intense for D'Arcy Rudnay.
Comcast acquired NBCUniversal, dramatically changing its products and customer experience and giving Comcast a footprint in businesses as diverse as high-speed Internet and theme parks.
Comcast and its CCO embarked on a year-long process to create a new identity for the combined company including new brand values, logo, and corporate website that launched at the end of 2012.
Rudnay and her team are carrying the new identity forward throughout 2013, Comcast's 50th anniversary, with external and internal activities, advertising, and social media.
In addition to her CCO role at Comcast, a company that reported 2012 revenue of $62.6 billion, Rudnay is one of three executive champions of The Women's Network, an employee-run group that started in 2012 to aid career development for women at Comcast.
"I'm especially passionate about true career development for women. My sister and I were very lucky; our parents told us that if we studied and worked hard, we could do anything. It's important to hear that from fathers, as well as mothers," Rudnay told PRWeek.