James Lee graduated from Park View High School in 1996 and Pennsylvania State University (Penn State or PSU) in 2000.
James immigrated to the USA in 1988 from Seoul, South Korea, and grew up in Northern VA with his parents and one brother. His interests are aligned with emergent technology including cryptocurrency, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning. He enjoys extreme sports of snowboarding and skateboarding. He appreciates the fine art of all shapes and forms, including modern art and those from the Impressionist Period. He occasionally enjoys binging on Netflix and/or Amazon Prime series to stay culturally involved. He stays engaged in the community by serving as Treasurer for his local church – annually his church provides support to the impoverished and individuals suffering from financial hardship. James has a BS in Psychology and an MBA. James has also earned Project Management Professional and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certifications throughout his career.
James Lee is an Information Technology Program Manager at USPS, based out of Washington, DC. He and his teammates manage finance and payment technology applications and programs for USPS responsible for billions of revenue transactions and revenue protection from fraudulent behaviors of shippers. He is a mission-focused highly skilled program manager with a strong IT background and knowledge and experience in managing projects showing innovation utilizing emerging technologies such as Open Source, migration to Cloud, Software as a Service, Platform as a Service, and Infrastructure as a Service.
Before USPS, James served over a decade supporting his family’s dry-cleaning business as its operations manager and as owner. Prior to that, he spent years as a management consultant for the Big 4. His career tenure involved identifying and formulating methods or procedures for solutions by using technology. He is savvy in the worlds of project management, business analysis, and change management.
His personal Mission Statement is to serve others by supporting them with empathy, trusting them with sympathy, and honoring them with integrity.