Clark Hill PLC Chief Marketing Officer Donald Lee Appointed to the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
– Clark Hill Chief Marketing Officer Donald J. Lee has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce (BBCC). Lee will serve a three year term, effective immediately.
The BBCC represents six communities in Oakland County, including Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township and Franklin. It has more than 700 members throughout Southeast Michigan.
Lee has served as Chief Marketing Officer of Clark Hill PLC for more than seven years. He oversees all marketing and business development related activities for the firm, and is responsible for developing the strategic marketing plan for Clark Hill’s offices nationally. Prior to joining Clark Hill, Lee served as Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President of Modern Engineering and also served as the Owner and Chief Operating Officer of iLogic, a supply chain engineering company. He began his career with the corporate offices of Frito Lay.
Lee earned his B.A. in engineering from The Ohio State University and his M.B.A. from the University of Detroit Mercy. He is a graduate of Leadership Michigan and also serves on the advisory board of Oakland University.
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