Group Vice President for Government Affairs
Camile Joseph-Goldman has been serving as the Group Vice President for Government Affairs at Charter Communications, where she oversees and manages all government affairs, strategic partnerships and investments, consumer protection and telecommunications regulation from New Jersey to Maine, which includes the company’s large presence in New York State and throughout New England.
Joseph-Goldman previously served as New York City’s youngest appointed Deputy Comptroller for Public Affairs. In this position, she served as the inter-governmental liaison to the public, mayoral agencies, federal, state, and local authorities. In addition, the bureau she spearheaded handled all external functions, including community relations and outreach, contact with the media, financial education forums, and other duties.
She has an extensive background in politics and public policy and is dedicated to promoting the public interest. Previously, she served as Director of Intergovernmental Affairs and Special Adviser in the Office of United States Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand. As a member of the Senator’s senior team, Joseph-Goldman was responsible for advancing Senator Gillibrand’s public policy priorities as well as establishing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders statewide. She was also the National African American Vote Deputy Director for the Obama Presidential Campaign in 2012. In this role, she worked with national campaign leadership to develop and implement constituency outreach strategies to increase African American voter registration, motivation and turnout in key battleground states.
Born and raised in the Bronx, Joseph-Goldman earned a BA in Politics and History as a Presidential Scholar as well as her MA in Politics at New York University. As a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., she participated as a mentor at various youth empowerment programs across the City, and is involved in several educational and healthcare initiatives for underserved youth in Jamaica and Haiti.