Jason Lee currently serves as the front-end web developer for the National Diversity Council (NDC) and has been with the organization since 2011. As front-end web developer he is responsible for the upkeep and advancement of all websites under the NDC umbrella as well as the creation of new websites, designs, and applications.
Prior to the National Diversity Council, Jason worked at FKM (Fogarty Klein Monroe Inc.), now known as The Company, a full-service strategic marketing firm as a developer intern. In this role he developed and optimized multiple responsive e-mail designs for Waste Management Inc., a Fortune 500 Company and deployed e-mail blasts via ExactTarget. He also created animated advertisements for Waste Management’s Sustainability campaign.
Prior to FKM (Fogarty Klein Monroe Inc.), Jason was employed with Elaine Turner, a luxury designer, specializing in handbags, shoes, apparel, and accessories for women. As the website assistant, Jason helped clean raw product images for print and web use. He also designed e-mail marketing campaigns and processed delivery through Constant Contact, maintained website product inventory and pricing, and compiled press pieces for website and social media use.
Jason also enjoys freelancing as a web developer. His clients include Belle of the Ball, a premiere wedding and event planning company and Houston Young Artists’ Concert, a 501(c)(3) organization showcasing highly talented young classical musicians in a variety of venues around the Houston area.
Jason received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Houston and his Masters of Arts from University of Houston-Clear Lake. In his spare time, Jason enjoys playing with his husky Rosco, exploring new tech, and traveling.