Clark Hill Chief Marketing Officer Donald J. Lee Recognized in Top 10 by Chief Marketing Officer Institute
Clark Hill Chief Marketing Officer Donald J. Lee was awarded an Honorable Mention by The Chief Marketing Officer Institute in their annual “CMO of the Year” awards program.
The “CMO of the Year” award was created to recognize individuals who have demonstrated outstanding leadership across a variety of disciplines of the marketing field.
Lee is ranked among the top 10 CMO’s in the country.
Lee leads Clark Hill’s marketing and business initiatives, as well as works with the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Committee in the ongoing development of practice specific marketing plans.
Prior to joining Clark Hill, Lee was the Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Modern Engineering, where he successfully led an executive team in the development of a corporate vision and strategic plan. Prior to his position with Modern, Lee had served in both leadership and administrative roles at large businesses. He began his career as an industrial engineer, eventually working his way to positions as regional sales manager and ultimately chief operating officer.
Lee is also actively involved in local, community and business boards in the
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