Kristy Hennessey

Vice President, Community and Government Affairs
Time Warner Cable

Kristy has been with Time Warner Cable since 1988. Her current title is Vice President, Community and Government Affairs for the South Division of the Los Angeles Region. Her area of responsibility includes the counties of Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino. She is oversees the regulatory side of the business including franchise administration at the local, state and federal levels. Kristy is also responsible for establishing Time Warner as a true partner in the communities that Time Warner serves by supporting and participating with civic organizing, non-profits and community leaders to further key initiatives throughout the three counties. Additionally, she oversees all employee communications including the company print and e-newsletter.

Kristy is a veteran of the cable industry starting her career with Cox Cable in 1980. She began with Time Warner in 1988, in Orange, California. Throughout her almost twenty years with Time Warner she has had various senior level positions. In addition to her current community and regulatory affairs emphasis, Kristy’s background includes a heavy emphasis on operations and general management. Kristy has received various awards including the prestigious Women in Cable & Telecommunications award, “Woman of the Year.” She received an award from the Orange County Chapter Public Relations Society in 1998 for Outstanding Achievement in a Public Affairs Campaign. She has received numerous awards throughout her career with Time Warner in the areas if leadership, management, cash flow growth and customer care. Kristy has been recognized by her work with various organizations including the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the American Cancer Society and the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. She has been a champion of literacy programs and children’s programs such as Time Warner’s “Time 2 Help Kids” initiative which was developed under her leadership. Kristy is married and resides in Rancho Cucamonga, California.