Lee Schroeder serves as Executive Vice President, Government & Community Affairs and Chief Diversity Officer for Altice USA. She is responsible for local, state and federal government relations, including the development of regulatory and legislative strategies for the company’s video, telephony, broadband, wireless services, advertising, and content businesses, as well as the political and community affairs for the company.
Additionally, she is responsible for the company-wide program to champion diversity and inclusion throughout all areas of the business.
Prior to the acquisition of Cablevision by Altice, Ms. Schroeder held the position of Senior Vice President, Government and Public Affairs, for Cablevision. She joined the company in 1997 as Manager of Government and Regulatory Affairs, focusing on regulatory issues relating to the introduction of competitive voice services.
Before Cablevision, Ms. Schroeder was a Policy Consultant at the Washington Utilities & Transportation Commission working on the implementation of the federal 1996 Telecom Act, an aide to Commissioner Jolynn Barry Butler at the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, and held the position of Acting Director of Congressional and Public Relations for the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners.
Ms. Schroeder has served on the Board of Directors for the Bronx Museum of the Arts, Coro, the Cable & Telecommunications Association of New York, and the Universal Service Administrative Company.
She received her B.A. from Williams College.