Ingrid Simunic

Ingrid is a Media, Technology, Telecom & Digital Executive. Ingrid led top-priority technology and marketing programs including digital platforms for the legacy TWC across the business lines. Ingrid was responsible for the residential digital phone product, which has grown ground up to five million customers and $2 billion in revenue. She has been a major player in helping the company launch over 50 new features and products, and created apps for television, laptop and mobile devices that change how consumers think about and use phones.

In the years prior, Ingrid held the Global Head of Marketing position at VocalTec, a pioneering VoIP company in the U.S. and, before that, she was Head of Marketing Strategy at T-Mobile (formerly Eurotel) in Slovakia. She served as a corporate board director for Telio, a publicly traded company in Norway.

Ingrid is Treasurer, Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers / International Society of Broadband Experts (SCTE/ISBE) in New York. She previously served as Director-at-Large of Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) and as President of WICT’s New York Chapter. 

A mentor and advisor to university students, Ingrid is a frequent speaker at industry and academic forums. She has also been recognized with numerous industry awards and recognition, including being named one of Cablefax: The Magazine’s Most Powerful Women “Top Women in Technology” and received the award for "Outstanding Achievements and Contribution to Community Empowerment" by the Society of 110 Foreign Consuls in New York. 

Ingrid received an MBA degree in Management from the City University of Seattle, and both an MBA and a PhD in Business and Marketing from the University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia.