serves as senior director of Learning and Development/Sales for Comcast
University, the learning and development organization for one of the world’s
leading media, entertainment, and communications companies. In this role,
she partners across Comcast Spotlight on the design and implementation of training
and development programs on an enterprisewide basis. She works closely with Comcast
Spotlight to drive results, to grow employees, and to achieve business goals
through the training programs her team develops and conducts.
joined Comcast University from Comcast Spotlight, where she grew her career for 14 years as regional account executive, regional sales manager, director
of Sales, and for six years as senior director of Sales, setting sales strategy
and team development for a sales group of 75 employees. Prior to Comcast
Spotlight, she was the manager of New Business Development for Comcast Cable
Advertising Sales and the photoclassified cdvertising sales manager at Cable
Adcom. Rebecca had 17 years’ experience of
developing and training award-winning sales teams prior to joining Comcast
In 2009, CableFAX Magazine
named Ms. Lamperski “Salesperson of the
Year,” and, in 2007, Rebecca was selected to participate in Comcast’s Executive
Ms. Lamperski holds a Master in Business Administration from St.
Joseph’s University and graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science
degree in Finance from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Rebecca is a
certified professional coach with the International Coach Federation,
graduating from Duquesne University’s Coach Certification Program. Rebecca
also has a specialty in team/systems coaching and has completed a five-course
program with CRR Global on Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching. She is the author
of the book Full Bloom; Planting the
Seeds for your Future, a gardening analogy about achieving your life
dreams. Rebecca resides in Sewickley, Pa.
with her husband and two daughters, and enjoys
coaching soccer teams, exercising, and reading in her free time.
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