Nomi Bergman is a Venture Partner of Advance Venture Partners and also provides strategic guidance to Advance/Newhouse companies for new growth opportunities, acquisitions, and investments in new business initiatives.

Mrs. Bergman served as President of Bright House Networks until its 2016 merger with Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable. Bright House Networks, was the sixth-largest owner and operator of cable systems in the U.S., with systems located in five states, including Florida, Alabama, Indiana, Michigan, and California. She is committed to providing guidance and leadership to the cable and telecommunications industry, serving on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Technological Advisory Council.

Mrs. Bergman serves as a trustee of her alma mater, the University of Rochester, and is a member of their Institute for Data Science Advisory Committee and Engineering’s Dean’s Advisory Council. She has received numerous awards and honors, including induction into the Cable Hall of Fame, the Women In Technology Award, the Multichannel News Wonder Women Award, and CED’s Person of the Year. Mrs. Bergman is also the recipient of the Distinguished Vanguard Award for Leadership, Cablefax’s Lifetime Achievement Award, named Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) Woman of the Year, and a Women in Solutions Honoree by the Alliance for Women in Media.

Mrs. Bergman is a member of the Boards of Directors of publicly held Comcast Corporation (NYSE: CMCSA), Visteon (NYSE: VC), privately held Black & Veatch, Astra Space, Hawkeye360 and Advance Publications owned 1010 Data. She is also a member of the Boards of Directors of several non-profits, including The Cable Center, One Revolution and Adaptive Spirit, a cable industry fundraising organization for the U.S. Paralympic Ski and Snowboard Team.

Nomi is a proud wife and mother to three wonderful daughters.