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Goodman Media International elevates John Lee to Vice President

by | Mar 22, 2021

Goodman Media International, Inc. (GMI), a New York-based leading strategic communications firm, today announced that it has elevated John Lee to Vice President.

Lee, who joined GMI in 2015, has an extensive track record of helping companies, organizations and individuals raise their profiles and drive business results through public relations initiatives, with an emphasis on professional services and B2B clients.

Among his many contributions to the firm, Lee leads PR efforts for clients in GMI’s professional services practice, including an international law firm and a leading financial advisory firm. He also was part of the GMI leadership team that successfully positioned a digital publishing company for a $132.5 million acquisition.

Prior to joining GMI, Lee founded John Lee MEDIA, which represented numerous brands, and previously led a wide range of B2B accounts at TallGrass Public Relations. He also previously served as Director of Communications & Media Relations for America’s premier thoroughbred racing circuit, the New York Racing Association.

Outside of GMI, Lee is President of the Irish Business Organization of New York and is a frequent speaker at Irish business conferences.

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