Nicolas Jimenez is the Senior Manager of Outreach & Partnerships for Internet Essentials, Comcast’s signature community investment initiative aimed at connecting low-income Americans to the power of the internet. In this capacity, he maintains relationships with an extensive network of community, nonprofit and government partners. Nicolas joined Comcast in 2007 as an Intern in the External Affairs department and was most recently Senior Manager of Political Affairs. He was as the Founding Chair of UNIDOS, the Hispanic/Latino Employee Resource Group at Comcast, and currently serves as their National Liaison responsible for developing chapters in other Comcast markets.
Prior to joining Comcast, he successfully ran a small business while earning his BBA from Temple University’s Fox School of Business.
Very active in his community, Nicolas serves on the Board of Directors of the Pan American Academy Charter School. He serves as Co-Chair of the Advisory Board for the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Professional Mentoring Network. He is also involved with Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Southeastern Pennsylvania, serving both as a Big Brother and Chair Emeritus of their Philadelphia Regional Advisory Board. Originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico, he resides in Philadelphia with his wife Janett and their two children.