Mark Scott


mark scott



Mark Scott has more than forty years of telecommunications industry experience, currently serving as Vice President of Cox Business Northeast Region. Cox Business provides a full portfolio of voice, data and video services to more than 240,000 business customers in Cox markets across the U.S.

Mark is responsible for sales to fulfillment and assurance of customer satisfaction for Cox Business’ Northeast Operations.  He previously served as Cox’s vice president of Network Development from January 1998 until joining Cox Business in October 2000. While in that role, Mark led the engineering team responsible for upgrading the Cox network to support the initial launch of Telephone, Data, and Digital services in the market.  He joined Cox after a successful career with NYNEX in several technical planning and operational managerial roles supporting integrated video, telephone, and data applications. He has also served as vice president of Marketing & Product Development for VideoLan Technologies.

More recently, Mark has split duties as a member of the Atlanta Cox Business (CB) team leading Standards initiatives in 2010, national & carrier accounts in 2011, and in 2012 was acting VP of Network Services in the Northeast.   He is currently leading the CB End-to-End Customer Strategy initiatives while also performing Northeast Region VP duties.

An active member of the community, Mark serves as Vice President of the Board of Directors for WaterFire Providence, and on the Cox Charities Board.  He is also a member of the U.S. Naval War College Foundation, an incorporator of the Providence Foundation and Kent County Hospital, Board of Advisors for the Providence/Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Roger Williams University’s President’s Board of Advisors.  He is a former member of the board directors of Junior Achievement, Past Chair of the Northern RI Chamber of Commerce and former member of the Pawtucket Foundation.


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