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Mae Douglas

 

 

Mae Douglas, Executive Vice President & Chief People Officer, Cox Communications was appointed to her current position in 2000.

Douglas has helped to distinguish Cox Communications for excellence in human resources. Responsible for setting the human capital strategy, Douglas works with Cox's executive team to drive talent management and development, organizational development, workforce planning, employee relations, labor relations, diversity and inclusion, compensation and human resources information systems.

Under her leadership, Cox Communications has received multiple awards and recognition both within the cable industry and the media. She has served on the board of directors for the National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC) and was formerly a board member for the Women in Cable and Telecommunications (WICT) Foundation, among many other industry groups. She is also a member of the Chief Human Resources Officer Inner Circle, the Executive Leadership Council, Society of Human Resources Management, and National Association of African Americans in Human Resources.

Douglas has also been listed among the top minorities in cable, as was presented the first Pioneer award for outstanding leadership and commitment to diversity by NAMIC Atlanta as part of its 25 year celebration, and the Walter Kaitz Foundation, an organization that advances the contributions of multi-ethnic and women professionals in the cable telecommunications industry, has named her a diversity champion.

 

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