Rahman Khan serves as Vice President, Community Impact for Charter Communications in Stamford, CT, leading its flagship philanthropic and community engagement programs, Spectrum Digital Education and Spectrum Housing Assist. In this role, he is responsible managing Charter’s reputation in the community as a good corporate citizen.
Now in the NY area, Rahman spent 20 years in Charlotte, NC where before Charter’s acquisition of Time Warner Cable, Rahman served as Director of Diversity and Inclusion at TWC, working to attract, retain, develop diverse staff. He also partnered closely with sales and marketing teams to attract diverse communities to the company’s products and services.
Rahman previously founded GoodWorks Media Group – where he executive produced and hosted a TV show about giving back to the community. The program, “GoodWorks with Rahman Khan” aired on PBS station WTVI. Rahman also was the architect of the GoodWorks Youth Awards, which paid tribute to teens who make a difference in their communities.
Hailing from Washington, DC, Rahman attained both his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Florida A & M University, also becoming a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity there. He also is a graduate of UVA - Darden’s Executive Leadership Development Program, through the National Association of Multi-ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC). Rahman serves frequently as an emcee, host, moderator, and speaker for a variety of organizations and is currently a board member of the Urban League of Southern Connecticut.