ROANOKE, Va., March 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Cox Communications recently named Kim Stanley as Market Vice President, Roanoke Operations for Cox Virginia. In her new role, Stanley is responsible for Cox's day-to-day operations in the Roanoke Valley, leading 150 employees. The Roanoke market represents 111,000 of Cox Virginia's 1.5 million video, Internet and phone subscriptions.
Stanley began her career with Cox Communications in 2007. Most recently, Stanley served as Vice President of Cox Business for Virginia.
Prior to joining Cox, Stanley was Vice President of Partner Sales East for Level 3 Communications, which encompassed the Eastern part of the United States. Also at Level 3 Communications, she was the Regional Vice President of Sales and Operations for the Mid-Atlantic Region.
Before merging with Level 3 Communications, Kim was Senior Vice President for KMC Telecom, a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier. In this role she was responsible for the company's field sales, service and marketing organizations and all revenue and operating free cash flow generating activities across 35 markets nationwide.Stanley began working in the communications industry in 1989 with MCI Communications and has held a variety of leadership positions in operations, sales, service, and marketing throughout her industry tenure. She possesses more than 20 years of sales, service, operations and marketing experience in telecommunications. Stanley attended Mary Baldwin College and completed the Hollins University Batten Leadership program. " Kim Stanley is a strategic thinker with the ability to develop, implement, and follow company goals and strategies to promote growth and expansion within an organization," said Gary McCollum, Senior Vice President and General Manager for Cox Virginia. "We are lucky to have such a committed individual, both on the job and in the community, as part of the Cox Virginia family." Stanley currently serves on The Boys and Girls Club of Southwest Virginia, United Way, Center in the Square, Roanoke Regional Chamber and Virginia Cable and Telecommunications Association (VCTA) boards. She also serves on the Roanoke Business Council, is a Cox volunteer for multiple community activities and passionately serves as the executive sponsor for the Virginia Cox Conserves Council. About Cox Communications Cox Communications is a broadband communications and entertainment company providing advanced digital video, Internet, telephone and wireless services over its own nationwide IP network. As the third-largest U.S. cable TV company, Cox serves more than six million residences and businesses. Cox Business is a facilities-based provider of voice, video and data solutions for commercial customers, and Cox is a full-service provider of national and local cable spot and new media advertising. Cox is known for its pioneering efforts in cable telephone and commercial services, its industry-leading customer care, and its outstanding workplaces. For seven years, Cox has been recognized as the top operator for women, by women, in Cable Telecommunications; for five years, Cox has ranked among DiversityInc's Top 50 Companies for Diversity. In addition, the company holds a perfect score in the Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equality Index. More information about Cox Communications, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cox Enterprises, is available at www.cox.com and www.coxmedia.com. SOURCE Cox Communications