Major General (Retired) N. Lee S. Price

U.S. Army
Major General (Retired)

Major General Lee Price entered the Army in 1975 when just 2% of the Army workforce was female. She retired 38 years later as a Major General. Upon her retirement in 2014, only 7 women had gone further in the Army. During her almost four decades of service, she supported our Nation’s operators across the globe in multiple combat zones, providing them with unprecedented communications ability.


In her last assignment as one of the Army’s eleven Program Executive Officers, she executed the Army’s second largest portfolio to upgrade its tactical communications capability and networked computer applications. Major General Price was charged with managing 9 of the Army’s 27 major programs with an annual budget that topped $6 billion and a workforce of 2000.


Earlier in her career, Major General Price delivered an array of commercial communications to US Forces and the US State Department in Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait and Qatar. She also served as the Deputy Acquisition Executive for the Special Operations Command (SOCOM) at a time of unprecedented growth acquiring gear for the SEALs, Rangers, and the Marine and Air Force Special Operators.


Major General Price is the founder, President and CEO of Price Solutions, LLC, focused on problem solving and strategic planning, leader development, organizational change, program management, communications and computer systems, public speaking, and one-on-one mentoring. She holds a bachelors of science from The University of Alabama at Birmingham, and masters of science degrees from the University of Arizona and the Industrial College of the Armed Forces. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of Southern Research Institute and Lakeshore Foundation.

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