Tammi Lee has been named Vice President of the Business Services and Partnerships Division of the Center for Credentialing & Education (CCE) after serving in an interim capacity since December 2018. Lee joined CCE as an application reviewer in 2013 and was later director of State Licensure Operations. She brings to the role a wealth of experience in licensure, business and contracted services.
“I’m very excited about this opportunity,” Lee says. “I work with a great group of people bringing such a diverse range of talents, skills and experience to assist with our mission of protecting the public. We are committed to continuing the path to excellence and advancing the profession. I have such great expectations for the future growth of CCE.”
Lee oversees the operations of CCE's state agency services, business development, contracted management services, government and legislative affairs, and international business development. She is responsible for the oversight of business partnerships, leveraging training programs, curriculum, assessment programs and organizational services. Lee also supports other behavioral health professions within the contracted management services and works to advance legislative efforts that are critical to NBCC and Affiliates.
A native of Georgia, Lee received her bachelor’s degree in business management from Guilford College. She is currently studying to obtain her MBA, which she will thankfully complete in February 2020, she says. In her free time, when she’s not doing coursework, Lee enjoys cooking, relaxing, watching movies and visiting with her son in Atlanta.
“I am thrilled to be a part of such an awesome group of hardworking, caring and compassionate people,” Lee says. “We are doing important work and strengthening our relationships every day. And best of all, we know and understand the potential of what we can be as we continue to expand our reach.”