As the President and CEO of Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan (JASEM), Jason Lee has been instrumental in driving significant positive changes in the organization. With over two decades of experience in the non-profit sector, Lee’s leadership has been instrumental in expanding JASEM’s impact and reach, empowering young people to succeed in their personal and professional lives. In this article, we will take a closer look at Jason Lee’s contributions to JASEM and the impact of his visionary leadership.
Jason Lee’s journey in the non-profit sector began in 1999, when he joined the United Way for Southeastern Michigan as a Campaign Associate. After four years of working in various capacities, he was appointed Vice President of Resource Development in 2003. Lee spent a decade at United Way, building valuable relationships with donors, volunteers, and partner organizations.