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Charters hires Head of Corporate Security
Charter Communications said it has appointed Jane Rhodes-Wolfe as Group VP, Head of Corporate Securities, where she will supervise Charter's corporate physically safety issues and administer Charter's entire criminal justice relationships. Rhodes-Wolfe, reporting to Charter VP David Ellen, will be headquartered at Stamford, Conn. and will also assist corporate leadership with cyber safety, the firm said.
After 20 years with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Rhodes-Wolfe has joined the Charter, most recently as Section Head of the Counter Terrorism Department. Rhodes-Wolfe also held other executive roles during her FBI tenure, which included domestic programmes for domestic intelligence, crime investigation and technological sys-tems. "Jane's established guidance and expertise in this ever more hazardous environment make her the perfect choice to guide Charter's physically secure policies and programmes and maintain our close relationship with our prosecutors, which helps to keep our 90,000 staff safe," Ellen said in a declaration.
Rhodes-Wolfe has worked as a senior advisor since she retired from the FBI early this year, passing on her knowledge of safety, corporate venture risks and communications to individual and public sector customers, Charter said. Rodes-Wolfe has a bachelor's degree in accounting from Western Michigan University.
Headquartered in St. Louis and Denver, Charter Communications created a new corporate head office to be nearer to the heart of communications activity and talents. Headquartered in two floors of 70,000 square meters, the Charter brand's ideal was used to tell the tale of its triumph and its visions for the bright sun through the constructed world.
Delivery was quick and the whole process from draft to move-in was finished in less than six month.
Charter serves more than 26 million clients in 41 states across the nation and offers a wide variety of broad-band connectivity solutions, which include premium quality fiber optic cables, high-speed connectivity and consumer and business telephony. It may be entitled to a credit facility on the basis of creating jobs and meeting labour commitments.
charter communications will also earn up to $10 million in DECD re-investment income taxes for urban and industrial sites. Supplementary income taxes are available when the entity goes beyond the employee's employment objectives.