Vice President of Network Planning, Verizon
As Vice President of Network Planning, Lee is responsible for developing core network elements, platform technology, and feature roadmaps to meet Verizon’s long-term infrastructure requirements.
Prior to his current position, as Vice President of Global Network Engineering, Lee was responsible for the engineering and implementation of wireline networks that support consumer, enterprise, and wholesale video, data, and voice services. He also was responsible for video operations that support broadcast and on-demand content acquisition, transformation, grooming, delivery, and ad-insertion.
Lee also served as Vice President of Video Network Services and led the team responsible for engineering Verizon’s Fios video network, including broadcast and interactive video services, video content operations, and in-home network engineering.
Previous to this experience, Lee was Vice President of Network Engineering and Planning for Verizon’s coast-to-coast area and led the team that planned, designed, and provisioned Verizon’s wireline infrastructure across five regions encompassing more than 19 million access lines in 18 states. He also was Executive Director of FTTP network creation, responsible for guiding the formation of the FTTP network and ensuring provisioning capabilities were in place for Fios services.
Lee graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering. He is married with two daughters and lives in Annandale, NJ.