Cecilia Isaacs-Blundin is Senior Director of Diversity & Inclusion at Comcast Corporation, responsible for driving the development and implementation of the company’s D&I strategy and initiatives spanning governance, workforce, procurement, programming, and community investment. She plays a key role in the operation of Comcast NBCUniversal’s external Joint Diversity Advisory Council and works extensively with the company’s Internal Diversity Councils, business units, and Cable Divisions. Ms. Isaacs-Blundin is Co-Lead of OUT@Comcast, the company’s LGBT-focused Employee Resource Group (ERG), and previously served as Co-Lead of Comcast’s MyAbilities ERG focused on individuals with disabilities.
From 2006 to 2012, Ms. Isaacs-Blundin practiced law as an associate with Ballard Spahr LLP in Philadelphia. There, she represented clients in a range of industries, including media and entertainment companies, software and technology firms, and utility providers. Her practice focused on commercial litigation, regulatory compliance, export control, and data security. She also has experience representing criminal defendants. In April 2010, The Philadelphia Inquirer highlighted her work serving indigent clients as an Assistant Defender with the Defender Association of Philadelphia.
Ms. Isaacs-Blundin is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University’s Schreyer Honors College (cum laude) where she earned a B.S. in Spanish with a Business emphasis and B.A. in English with an International Studies minor. She received her J.D. from George Washington University Law School (magna cum laude) where she served as Articles Editor for The George Washington University International Law Review and was elected Order of the Coif. During law school, she defended misdemeanor trials in the Superior Court of Washington, D.C., interned with AARP’s Office of Legal Counsel for the Elderly, and was a Peggy Browning Fellow in Community Legal Services’ Employment Division.
Ms. Isaacs-Blundin serves on the Board of Directors of the Independence Business Alliance (Greater Philadelphia’s LGBT Chamber of Commerce) and Women’s Business Development Center (WBDC), and sits on the US Business Leadership Network’s (USBLN®) Corporate Advisory Board. She previously served on the Board of Philadelphia’s SeniorLAW Center. Ms. Isaacs-Blundin has published articles and lectured on a range of topics, including D&I, ERGs, export control, data security, environmental law, and issues affecting people with disabilities and the LGBT community. She is also a marathon runner, published poet, and FCC-licensed amateur radio operator.
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