Bergman is a senior executive with Advance where her mission is to seek, identify and invest in companies that help diversify and grow the Advance portfolio. Having spent the majority of her career cultivating growth and innovation in technology, Bergman is uniquely poised to leverage the conditions necessary to create long-term value for her company.
Previously President of Bright House Networks, Bergman was one of the original Bright House Networks founders, who together led the company to become the sixth-largest cable operator in the United States, with 8,500 employees, 2.5 million customers, and over $4B in annual revenue.
Bergman presently sits on the corporate board of publicly held Comcast Corporation and Visteon, privately held Black & Veatch, along with Advance Portfolio investment of Hawkeye360 and Advance owned 1010data. As a board member at the University of Rochester, she remains closely connected to her alma mater. She continues to provide service on the Technological Advisory Committee at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). And she is honored to serve the follow non-profit organizations, which are dedicated to help create a world where individuals with disabilities are seen for their potential instead of their limitations: Adaptive Spirit; One Revolution; the USOPF Paralympic Working Group and now Bridging Voice.
Bergman is an avid skier and also enjoys running, swimming, cycling, and hiking. Her real moments of brightness derive from her role as a wife to her husband, Neal, and a proud mother of their three wonderful daughters, Rebecca, Dori and Allie.