Lee Centrone is responsible for the client relationship management team. She joined A&I in 1997, after a tour of duty as a as a Naval Special Operations officer, specializing in deep sea diving. Lee was only one of just a handful of women in the country to earn this distinction.
Lee became an owner of A&I in 2002. She has a BS in business administration from Pepperdine.
Lee is actively involved with the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans. She previously served on the Administrators Committee, and was the chair of the Benefits Communication & Technology Committee. She speaks frequently on a variety of employee benefit topics at the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans Annual Conference, as well as the Trustees & Administrators Institute.
Lee was recognized as a "Forty Under 40" recipient by the Portland Business Journal. This award is extended to 40 business professionals under the age of 40, who make an impact on our community in the areas of professional accomplishment, community involvement and professional recognition.
Of great significance is Lee’s involvement with Health Bridges International, a nonprofit organization committed to improving public health by creating medical and social service partnerships between healthcare workers and organizations in the United States and those in developing nations, primarily Peru.