In addition to managing the Chevron’s community affairs in West Virginia, since 2012 Lee Ann has led the company’s STEM education investments across Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia. In 2015 she was recognized for her work by the Pittsburgh Business Times with a Women in Natural Gas Leadership (WING) award.
Lee Ann received her undergraduate degree in advertising and public relations from Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio and her master’s degree in public relations from Kent State University. She is an active member of the Marietta College Alumni Association and often travels to back Marietta to be a guest speaker in the public relations and leadership courses.
She currently serves on the boards of the Carnegie Science Center STEM advisory board, Leadership Pittsburgh, National Tooling & Machining Foundation Pittsburgh Chapter, and the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s STEM advisory board.
Originally from southeast Ohio, Lee Ann now resides in Oakdale, Pennsylvania with her husband Sean and her two children Finnley and Lydia.
Lee Ann is a Remake Learning Ambassador.