Rahman Khan, Vice President
Charter Communications

Rahman Khan (pronounced Rock-mon Kon) is a seasoned executive in the areas of strategic philanthropy, external affairs, community engagement and diversity and inclusion.  He currently serves as Vice President, Community Impact for Charter Communications in Stamford, CT, leading its strategic philanthropy and employee engagement programs. In this role, he is responsible for developing and executing plans for the company to improve communities, while simultaneously creating opportunities to help business units meet its goals, including enhancing the company's reputation.

Rahman worked as Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Time Warner Cable, working to attract, retain, and 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 – in which he executive produced and hosted a TV talk 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 local teens who make a difference in their communities.

Prior to GoodWorks, Rahman worked as Director of Diversity and Community Relations with Compass Group, the largest contract foodservice company in North America.  He also headed the Department of Diversity for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, which included several years as host of another television show, Diversity Matters. Rahman is continually requested by companies and community organizations to serve as an emcee, host, moderator, and speaker for programs.