Cox's Award-Winning Women Executives
At Cox, we’re proud to have hard-working, innovative and talented women as part of our workplace and culture. They’re doing amazing things — and getting recognized for it.
Recently, several of our women senior leaders were honored with awards from different industries and institutions for their years of commitment, leadership, advocacy and achievement.
Congratulations to the following women on their well-deserved accolades:
Grace Huang, president, Inventory Solutions
Grace was honored by Northwood University as part of its 2022 Class of Distinguished Women because she represents the values of commitment to free enterprise, the partnership of arts and business, and global commerce management.
Sujata Gosalia, executive vice president and chief strategy officer
Sujata was named to the 2022 Cablefax Diversity List by Cablefax: The Magazine for her professional achievements, as well as for fostering inclusivity and equality in the cable industry.
Colleen Langner, executive vice president and chief operations officer
Colleen was honored by the Women in Cable Television (WICT) Network with its “Woman of the Year — Operator” award. Woman of the Year is the WICT Network’s highest individual accolade, given to those who embody its mission to develop women leaders who transform the cable television industry.
Kia Painter, executive vice president and chief people officer
Kia received the National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications’ (NAMIC) 2022 Next Generation Leaders award, which highlights business leaders of diverse ethnicities in the media and entertainment industries. She also was named to the 2022 Cablefax Diversity List by Cablefax: The Magazine because of her professional achievements and everything she does to foster inclusivity and equality in the cable industry.
Joiava Philpott, senior vice president and chief counsel, Law and Policy
Joiava was named to the 2022 Cablefax Diversity List by Cablefax: The Magazine for her professional achievements, as well as for fostering inclusivity and equality in the cable industry.
Jill Campbell, president and chief people and operations officer
Jill was honored by WICT with its Fearless Leader Award because she exemplifies the organization’s touchstones of leadership, serving as an inspirational role model to others, with an unflinching commitment to the cable television industry and workplace equality. Going forward, the award will be named after Jill. She also received the WICT Southeast chapter’s Lifetime Achievement Award for longtime outstanding achievement and leadership, as well as for fostering inclusivity and equality in the industry. She also received the Girl Talk Inspiration Award for embodying the organization's values of leadership, inclusion, authenticity and service.
Erin Mitchell Richeson, vice president, ID&E
Erin was named to the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 40 Under 40 Awards list because of her significant career achievements and social responsibility, as well as for making a mark in her industry and leading in her community.
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