Philip Marmon-Halm

Philip Marmon-Halm
CNBC
Philip Marmon-Halm

One of the best things about CNBC is the opportunity to grow. I joined NBCUniversal at CNBC in 2011, moved over to a role with News/MSNBC at 30 Rock in 2013 and came back to CNBC in 2015. And, I still see a lot of familiar faces from when I first joined in 2011. Some are in similar roles and many are in new ones. I think these opportunities stem from the changing media landscape and doing good work; but, it is so important to develop relationships.

CNBC has a close-knit feel. The culture is partly the result of a shared experience in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, and partly the result of a shared focus on business by CNBC colleagues. There is definitely a sense of pride and responsibility in working for such a trusted and storied brand, but everyone seems to enjoy themselves. Whether pursuing the #1 spot in digital business news, delivering financial commitments, organizing a 5K footrace or hosting a "TV vs. Digital bake-off," CNBC has a great work environment.