“I know what it’s like to have a bad culture, the emotional bad culture, and I know what is needed to have a good culture,” Donaldson told USA TODAY Sports.
“I will have zero tolerance for anyone who doesn’t fit into our plan going forward. Zero tolerance for (expletive). Zero tolerance for mistreatment of people, male or female.”
That’s undoubtedly a needed message as Donaldson, 42, settles into her new role as a senior vice president of media — a little more than a dozen years after surviving a high-profile domestic assault by a former boyfriend.
“If I can be a voice, even if it’s just for one female or one male who needs to be spoken up for, then this job’s worth it,” she said.