February 17, 2020 – ANN ARBOR, MI – Grace Lee, Chief Financial Officer of Logic Solutions, an Ann Arbor-based software development company, was recently sworn in by Vice-President Mike Pence as a distinguished member of the President’s Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI).
In celebration of the Lunar New Year, the event was attended by many key administrative officials including Co-Chairs US Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao and US Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross speaking. Remarks were also given by US Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia marking the first time three Cabinet members being present for a swearing in of the Commission. Ms. Lee was extremely proud to be a part of this historic event.
“I am very honored to be one of the thirteen commissioners sworn in at the Lunar Year Celebration. It speaks volumes on the accomplishments and contributions of the Michigan AAPI community. Thanks to everyone’s support and dedication for the past 20 years. This Honor belongs to everyone who devoted their time and energy to the community.” Said Lee of the appointment to the Commission.
As CFO of Logic Solutions, Inc., Ms. Lee has connected with the community through various distinguished groups like the Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce (APACC), on which she served as President and Chair of the Board. She is voracious about helping people succeed and looks forward to this unique opportunity to connect further with Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in a broader way.
Grace Lee is cofounder of Logic Solutions, Inc., a vibrant and energetic global web technology company that provides digital transformations for businesses world-wide. Their core competencies are web applications, websites, mobile app development, Internet of Things (IoT), and business intelligence. Logic has over 150 employees around the globe and has received the Michigan 50 Companies to Watch Award. Grace received the MIT Enterprise Forum Excellence Award as well as the Diversity Award from Corp! Magazine. She holds a BA in Economics from UCLA and an MBA from Eastern Michigan University. She has served on various boards and councils in Michigan and the US.