Amy has over 25 years of experience investing in, acquiring and building companies at Comcast. She currently is Managing Director and Head of Funds at Comcast Ventures, setting strategy for the group, making investments in companies like Nextdoor, TuneIn and Houzz, and determining how best to support our portfolio companies through the Comcast NBCUniversal platform. In 2004, Amy launched Comcast Interactive Media (CIM) and led the development of Comcast’s early digital strategy, including the launch of the company’s first video streaming platform (now known as Xfinity stream) and the acquisition and operation of several digital properties, including Fandango. She started her Comcast career as a lawyer in 1991 and oversaw the creation, acquisition and development of Comcast's early cable network portfolio, including E!, The Golf Channel, Sprout (now known as Universal Kids) and a number of regional sports networks. Amy serves on the boards of Adobe, Clorox, TuneIn and Quantifind. She also serves on the board of the non-profit Tipping Point Community. Amy received her B.A. from Harvard, her J.D. from the Temple School of Law and general life knowledge from balancing four kids and a full career.