Vice President – Loyalty Centers of Excellence Comcast
Victoria L. Boston is a 3rd generation writer and author of the international bestselling book, 3 Slow Nickels and currently serves as the West Division Vice President of the Loyalty Centers of Excellence with Comcast NBC Universal, based in Denver, Co. Most recently, Boston was recognized by the National Diversity Council as one of the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Entertainment for 2018.
With more than 30 years of corporate and community leadership experience, Boston has proven success at every stage of the game. Prior to her current assignment, she served as Area Vice President at Frontier Communications in Los Angeles, CA, where she successfully lead a large team of over 5000 domestic and international employees providing sales, chat, social media, vendor management, collections, and retention support, serving residential customers across 29 states. Having spent 25 incredible years at Verizon Communications as a senior leader, she excitedly leveraged her critical sales and relationship skills in the nonprofit arena for nearly 2 years, providing holistic programming to at risk youth in Compton, CA. Her energy and passion to connect others to what’s possible is unmatched. Holding an MBA in Marketing, Bachelors in Business, Executive Graduate degree in Human Resources, Project Management Certificate; Boston has countless hours of executive leadership development from Columbia University Graduate School of Business and is a graduate of the Master Series for Distinguished Leaders in Washington, DC, coupled with firsthand experience, she delights to share her keys to success with others.
An inspirational leader, author, speaker, coach, and community volunteer, she has the natural ability to influence and inspire greatness in those she encounters. Boston has the unique gift of connecting with diverse audiences, displaying total transparency while remaining authentic. She has electrified so many across the country in a variety of settings, ranging from elementary school students, colleges, churches, nonprofit organizations and in corporate venues for intimate groups with as few as 10 and as large as 20,000 in attendance.
A humble recipient of many honors, she has been awarded the prestigious Verizon CEO Leadership Excellence Award, National Diversity Award, and the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership Award for her commitment to the professional development of others. In addition, she received a Certificate of Appreciation from the United States Department of Agriculture for her significant contributions to their EEOAC Women’s History Month celebration, has provided the key note address at the University of North Carolina Wilmington College, guest speaker at Strayer University for the school of business as well as the keynote speaker for a commencement ceremony. Recognized for her outstanding support of the Maryland Business Roundtable for Education Achievement Counts Program, Boston has been a guest speaker on multiple occasions at the Francis Scott Key Middle School’s Career Day, and twice acknowledged for her leadership from Michelle Ebanks, President of Essence Communications. Boston was celebrated as Verizon’s Women “Making History Now” award and the “Don’t Just Celebrate History, Create It” black history month honoree. She’s been featured twice for her contributions in the local community in the Baltimore Afro American newspaper.
Boston is an active member at her local church and serves on the Board of Directors for Discover YOU Compton Inc., the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) and The Skills Society Foundation.