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NBAA says soft drinks executive Lee will be an asset
Sean Lee, global VP of The Coca-Cola Company, will bring fresh perspectives to the board of the NBAA. He began his flying career as an Air Force officer, progressing to major before being honourably discharged.
Sean Lee is the accountable executive for The Coca-Cola aviation department.

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has announced that Sean Lee, global VP of The Coca-Cola Company, has been named to the association's board of directors.

“Sean is a leader in aviation and business; his perspectives will be a most welcome addition to NBAA, and we are pleased to have him join the board,” states NBAA president and CEO Ed Bolen.

In his role at Coca-Cola, Lee leads the global operations and workplace services team and is the accountable executive for The Coca-Cola Aviation department. The team is composed of operations teams spanning aviation, real estate, facilities, travel and other areas.

Lee began his flying career as a US Air Force officer, progressing to the rank of major, and was honourably discharged after completing 10 years of service and flying more than 40 combat sorties. Post military service, he served in multiple positions with MassMutual Financial Group and Hewlett Packard.

Lee is a graduate of the US Air Force Academy as well as the USAF Russian Language Area Studies Immersion Program at the University of St. Petersburg in Russia. In addition to his service with NBAA, he currently serves on the boards of the Coca-Cola Federal Credit Union and the New England Air Museum.

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