Jerold Lambert, group vice president, legal affairs, Mediacom Communications Corp, is among a group that has been elected to serve on the board of The National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC).
“As NAMIC works to advance diversity and inclusion in this era of shifting business models and consolidation, we welcome these outstanding new board members,” said Michelle L. Rice, chair, NAMIC National Board of Directors and executive vice president, Content Distribution & Marketing, TV One. “Their leadership and expertise in strategic business management will be invaluable as we move NAMIC’s mission forward.”
At Mediacom, Lambert provides counsel to Mediacoms Business Services Division. He also plays a major role in the drafting and negotiating of agreements between Mediacom and its Business Service customers.
Lambert began his legal career in the cable industry in 1994, and joined Mediacom as vice president of legal affairs in 2011. He lives in New Fairfield, Connecticut.
The Executive Committee of NAMIC’s National Board of Directors comprises the following: Chair – Michelle L. Rice, executive vice president, Content Distribution and Marketing, TV One; Vice Chair – Kevin Stephens, executive vice president, Business Services, Altice USA; Treasurer – Mark DePietro, senior vice president, Marketing, Vecima Networks; Secretary – Ebonne Ruffins, vice president, Local Media Development, Comcast Corporation; Immediate Past Chair – Michael D. Armstrong, executive vice president and general manager, International Brand Development, Viacom; and Eglon E. Simons, president and CEO, NAMIC.