John C. Lee IV, Chief Executive Officer, founded Lee Technologies in 1983, the nation’s leading expert on design/build, commissioning, staffing, operations/maintenance and 24x7 monitoring of a data center’s critical infrastructure. Lee Technologies has served customers across industries including the federal government, financial services, telecommunications, information technology and healthcare.
Lee has proudly created a unique corporate culture within Lee Technologies, incorporating a professional working atmosphere with a social and philanthropic commitment to community and a balance between work and family obligations. His creative leadership led to his recognition and award as a recipient of the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for E-Services in 2000.
In addition to Coaxis, Inc., Lee currently serves on various boards including the Wolf Trap Foundation for Performing Arts (Chairman), Virginia Tech Board of Visitors, Loyola University Maryland Board of Trustees, The Economic Club of Washington, DC, Northern Virginia Technology Council, Middleburg Financial Company and Aegis Mobile. Mr. Lee holds a bachelor of arts in economics and business administration from Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, VA, and resides with his family in Middleburg, VA.