Sarah has been with The Lee Company for 9 years and is Product Manager of the Control Valve Group. In this technical marketing role, she manages a portfolio of solenoid valves and manifold assemblies used in various applications throughout the world, including kidney dialysis, molecular diagnostics, respiratory care and environmental monitoring. Sarah facilitates the development of promotional content and product literature, as well as technical and market-based training for a global team of sales engineers. She also manages customer relationships and acts as an internal liaison to the Lee product development team, coordinating customized product design and providing marketing input for new products.


Sarah earned a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering and in Spanish from the University of Rhode Island’s International Engineering Program, during which she also spent a year in Spain attending a local university and interning at a medical device development firm. While working full time at The Lee Company, she earned an MBA with a concentration in Marketing from Quinnipiac University. Sarah is a proud mother, wife and daughter and is a member of the Society of Women Engineers and Tau Beta Pi.

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