Lori Lee is responsible for AT&T Latin America and she serves as global marketing officer for AT&T Inc. As CEO – AT&T Latin America, she leads the strategy, operations, and marketing of two businesses in the region; AT&T Mexico, with more than 19 million mobile consumers, and Vrio Corp., the holding company for DIRECTV and SKY Brazil, which provides digital entertainment services to more than 13 million subscribers throughout South America and the Caribbean. In 2019, AT&T Latin America had revenues of nearly $7 billion. As the corporation’s global marketing officer, Lee oversees corporate marketing for AT&T Inc. She also leads the company’s It Can Wait effort to end distracted driving. Previously, Lee served as senior executive vice president – AT&T Home Solutions and was responsible for the company’s consumer wireline group. She has been recognized on Fortune’s list of Most Powerful Women in Business and the National Diversity Council’s Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Tech. Lee began her career at PwC, and later worked at Earthgrains Co. and Mallinckrodt Medical Inc. She is also on the National Advisory Council for Washington University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and an M.B.A.