Retired U.S. Army Col. Derrick Lee has joined SOSi as director for intelligence programs.
Lee will oversee and drive growth for a segment of SOSi’s business with the military intelligence directorates, and serve as a strategic advisor to customers on multidomain intelligence operations.
“Throughout his decorated Army career, Derrick proved himself as an innovative problem solver and leader,” said SOSi Vice President of Intelligence Dan Robinson.
During his military career, Lee commanded and served as a senior intelligence officer at tactical, operational and strategic levels. He was most recently command inspector general of U.S. Army Europe and Africa, based in Germany.
Before that, Lee was assistant chief of staff for intelligence/G2, NATO Allied Land Command, based in Turkey. He also served as director of intelligence and deputy chief of staff for intelligence/G2 for U.S. Army Europe, and commanded the 501st Military Intelligence Brigade in Korea.
Lee served two combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.
“He brings significant insight and experience to the SOSi team, including how intelligence services will integrate into future multi-domain environments,” Robinson said. “Derrick will be an invaluable resource to help our customers utilize SOSi’s intelligence services and solutions as a force multiplier to achieve their missions.”