Chattanooga Pro Soccer Hires Director Of Community Relations

Thursday, September 20, 2018
Terri Lee
Terri Lee

Chattanooga Pro Soccer announced Terri Lee as director of community relations for the USL Division III professional team. Ms. Lee will assist in building relationships and growing the professional team’s brand as well as coordinate events and game day fan experiences.

 

“Terri is a Chattanooga parent, a passionate soccer fan and an involved member of our community,” said Sean McDaniel, general manager and president of Chattanooga Pro Soccer.

“She’s an excellent addition to our team and brings years of experience with soccer and our local school system.”

 

As director of community relations, Ms. Lee brings extensive involvement in Chattanooga’s soccer scene. She served as team manager for the Chattanooga Football Club Academy, which included responsibilities for travel, budget, schedules, uniforms and parent communications.

 

Beyond her experience with youth soccer, Ms. Lee has served numerous positions with Big Ridge Elementary Parent Teacher Association, acting as a liaison to other parents in the community.

 

“Soccer is a family sport, and I can’t wait to get to work connecting our community with the professional team,” said Ms. Lee. “I love working with families, encouraging children to be active and seeing them grow in a team environment. This is a dream come true as a parent to two active children and a lifelong Chattanooga resident.”

 

Before joining Chattanooga Pro Soccer, Ms. Lee served as Chattanooga's City Treasurer. Prior to that, she spent 17 years with Unum Group.

 

Ms. Lee graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and is an alumna of Ooltewah High School. She actively serves on the Mayor’s Council for Women and lives in Hixson with her husband, Rusty and two children, Landon and Juliet.

 

For more information on Chattanooga Pro Soccer, visit www.chattanoogaprosoccer.com or follow the team on social media: @ChattanoogaSocc on Twitter, @ChattanoogaProSoccer on Instagram and Chattanooga Pro Soccer on Facebook.


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