Nominated for…

Her incredible 32-year journey with Arc Infrastructure, which showcases her remarkable contributions and adaptability in the rail and operations industry, and for demonstrating:

  • Career excellence: From starting as a Clerical Officer with Western Australian Government Railways in 1991, Lee has excelled across various roles.
  • Versatility: Her successful transition across multiple roles and responsibilities demonstrates her exceptional adaptability and can-do attitude.
  • Leadership at pace: Her three decades in rail highlight her strength as a highly capable and adaptable professional. She is adept at planning and resolving any challenge and thrives in dynamic, fast-paced environments.
  • Mentorship: Lee relishes mentoring her team, ensuring they know their work and effort are valued.

Key message

“What I love about my current role is the ability to drive industry change and add value, and the evolving opportunities for diversity and inclusion. Additionally, thanks to the wonderful and diverse managers and colleagues I’ve been fortunate to work with, I’ve been able to learn some invaluable lessons. What I’d say to others is to embrace change. I have never let challenges hold me back.”

Congratulations for being part of NAWO’s 100 Women in Operations!