Lee was in charge of the merger integration team, but hands over that role to John Stankey, who was CEO of AT&T Entertainment Group. He will be CEO of AT&T’s media company once the merger is complete.
Donovan was chief strategy officer and group president of technology and operations. He keeps technology and operations but adds on business solutions and the company’s entertainment group, including mobile, broadband and video services to US-based consumers and international business services.
Though her job title includes the word “international”, Lee’s role is limited to Latin America and the Caribbean. She runs AT&T’s mobile services, with more than 13 million consumers and businesses in Mexico, and its pay-TV service to more than 13 million subscribers in 11 countries and territories in Latin America and the Caribbean.
She was global marketing officer , overseeing brand strategy, advertising, corporate communications, events, executive operations and sponsorships worldwide. Before that she was senior executive vice president of AT&T Home Solutions, the company’s consumer wireline group.
Donovan is a former CTO of the company. His continued technology role means his responsibilities also include oversight of the company’s global information, software development, network technology and big data strategy.