Beverly Goulet is the chief integration officer of American Airlines Group and its principal subsidiary company, American Airlines. Goulet is responsible for the complex process of integrating American Airlines and US Airways into one airline. She will lead the merger transition and integration efforts on behalf of the American team to ensure that the new American is well-positioned to deliver for the company's customers, people and investors. Goulet was named senior vice president and chief integration officer in early 2013.
In her prior role as chief restructuring officer of AMR Corp., which she assumed in late 2011, she led American's Chapter 11 restructuring process and was heavily involved in the analysis and negotiation of American's merger with US Airways. During this time, she continued her role as vice president, corporate development, and treasurer of American, which she assumed in 2002.
Goulet joined American in 1993 as associate general counsel for corporate finance. In that capacity, she was involved in American's aircraft and other financing transactions. She was appointed managing director, corporate development, in 1999, with responsibility for American's corporate development initiatives including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and strategic investments.
Between 2009 and 2011, Goulet arranged approximately $12 billion in financing for American. Prior key accomplishments include the sale of American Beacon Advisers in 2008, the acquisition of substantially all of the assets of TWA in 2001 and the spin-off of The Sabre Group in 2000.
Prior to joining American, Goulet practiced corporate and securities law in Dallas for 13 years. She received both her Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan.