Ms. Lee is President of AMSAQ, Inc. located in Rockville, Md. AMSAQ is a minority, woman-owned small business.
Prior to founding AMSAQ, Inc., Sophie worked for over 13 years at Allied Technology Group, Inc., an information and engineering services firm also located in Rockville, Md. She was vice president in charge of Human Resources and Facility Administration.
Ms. Lee graduated with a B.A. in psychology from the College of William & Mary. She was a member of Pi Beta Phi. She has served as chair of the Friends of the Library Board for the Earl Gregg Swem Library, activities co-chair of the 15th Reunion and co-chair of the 20th and 25th Reunion gift committees of the Class of 1990, and is a trustee on the College of William & Mary Foundation board. She is a member of the Green and Gold society as well as the Sir Robert Boyle Society and along with her father, Matthew and fellow classmate, Mary Beth Bracken, founded the Lee Bracken Endowment supporting the Information Commons at Swem Library. She has served on the auction steering committees for both the New York and DC Auctions.
Sophie also currently serves as a board member for Rockville Economic Development, Inc., a partnership between the city of Rockville and private industry promoting and expanding the city’s economic base. She has also served on the steering committee for the Boy Scouts of America, National Capital Area Council Leadership Recognition Annual Awards Dinner.
“William & Mary has been such an important contributor to so many aspects of my life. The education I acquired has shaped my professional career. The friends made during my undergraduate years and the friends I have acquired through alumni service have been a bedrock and a great source of happiness and humor. I hope that I can demonstrate and foster that connection to others through service with the Alumni Association.”