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Working within the firm’s civil commercial business, Lee Ramseur leads Booz Allen’s U.S. Department of Transportation market, as well as the firm's support to the Department of Homeland Security's Intelligence and Analysis organization.
He and his team focus on assignments in the following areas:
Lee previously served as a senior intelligence analysis leader, building and maintaining geospatial and remote sensing capabilities across the firm.
Prior to joining Booz Allen in 2005, Lee was a senior vice president at Cassidy & Associates, a Washington, DC-based government relations firm. He also spent five years with Veridian, serving as a vice president for business development.
Lee retired from the U.S. Army in 1997 after a 20-year officer career in the Corps of Engineers. His assignments included serving in command positions in combat engineer battalions, as an associate professor at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and as a staff officer for Army Geospatial Intelligence and the Defense Mapping Agency.
Lee has a B.S. in geology from Appalachian State University, an M.A. in geography from the University of Texas, and an M.A. in strategic policy and international studies from the U.S. Naval War College.
Profile updated May 2017