Reggie Van Lee

Reggie Van Lee
Senior VP
Booz Allen Hamilton

Mr. Van Lee is a Senior Vice President in the New York office of Booz Allen Hamilton where he leads the firm’s organization and change capabilities in global health public sector agencies and co leads the Not-For-Profit business. His expertise lies in how global organizations can build capabilities to make them resilient to any potential shocks to mission accomplishment and growth. He has worked extensively with private sector, public sector and NGO sector clients in the area of strategic transformation and high performance organizational design. His experiences range from redefining business models for global communications, media and technology companies to co-leading the Urban Enterprise Initiative with the William Jefferson Clinton Foundation in New York City focused on providing technical support to small businesses in Harlem, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Los Angeles to driving growth and mission accomplishment in not-for-profits like Habitat for Humanity, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital and numerous foundations. He has co-authored articles on the topic of strategy implementation and developed an innovative and integrated "tool kit" for management with techniques designed to help CEOs realize new strategies and institutionalize existing strategies. His article "Rewiring the Corporation" has appeared in The Journal of Business Strategy and Business Horizons. Mr. Van Lee has also appeared numerous times on ABC’s "World News This Morning" television program and CNBC speaking on the topics of CEO tenures, corporate values and enterprise resilience. Mr. Van Lee holds BS and MS degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He also earned an MBA at the Harvard Business School. Mr. Van Lee is a member and supporter of many organizations and activities outside of Booz Allen Hamilton including the Executive Leadership Council, and the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering. Additionally, he is a member of the Board of Directors of the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund; the Abyssinian Development Corporation; a member of MIT’s National Selection Committee; the New York International Ballet Competition, New York City Center for Charter School Excellence; chair of the Board of the EVIDENCE Dance Company; a Trustee and Treasurer of the Studio Museum in Harlem; and Chairman of the Corporate Advisory Board at the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business. Mr. Van Lee was named one of the top 25 consultants in the world in "Consulting Magazine" in 2000 and recognized as one of New York’s Finest Philanthropists in 2002. In 2004, Mr. Van Lee received from New York University their C. Walter Nichols award for outstanding community service as well as the prestigious Spirit of Cabrini award by the Cabrini Mission Foundation. In 2005 Mr. Van Lee was awarded the Joseph Papp Racial Harmony Award from the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding and in 2006 he was awarded the Black Engineer of the Year “Pioneer” Award.