Gilman Partners Names Simmons as Vice President
Gilman Partners is pleased to announce the hiring of Elizabeth "Lee" Simmons as Vice President of the firm. Lee's primary responsibilities include serving, expanding and diversifying Gilman Partners' client base. "We are very pleased to welcome Lee to Gilman Partners," said Tom Gilman, Managing Partner and CEO. With over 25 years of experience as a successful business leader and philanthropic executive, Lee brings a unique and integrated perspective to the Gilman Partners executive team that will assist us in expanding our client outreach in the healthcare and not-for-profits sectors." Prior to joining the Gilman Partners' team, Lee served as Vice President Philanthropy, and President of the Museums Foundation at Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal for more than eight years. Her noteworthy career includes a 19-year tenure with Lee Hecht Harrison, a global provider of leadership development and talent management solutions where she served as Senior Vice President/Regional Sales Director. Her commitment to the community is evident by the numerous non-profit boards she has served on, including the Cincinnati Ballet, Jobs for Cincinnati Graduates, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra Board of Overseers, Junior League, and International Association of Career Management Professionals. Other leadership roles include the Cincinnatus Association and the steering committee for Leadership Cincinnati. Lee holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with a dual major in History and English from the University of Mississippi and a Master of Education degree in Counseling from Xavier University.
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