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Raven Lee recognized as the Administrative Professional of the Year by USACE



Little Rock, Arkansas – The 2024 Administrative Professional of the Year honoree is Raven Lee, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Little Rock District.

Lee, a resident of Pine Bluff, was chosen because of her exceptional service and noteworthy contributions to the district’s accomplishments.

She also works as an administrative support assistant at the Pine Bluff Site Office of the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System. Lee is a team player, according to Webb Palmer, the site manager at Pine Bluff.

“Raven is a self-starter and a team player,” Palmer said. “She not only completes her own tasks but also takes on the workload of several vacant positions, ensuring that government purchasing actions, timekeeping functions, and utility payments are completed accurately and on time. Her commitment to excellence and her willingness to mentor and train new employees make her a valuable asset to our team.”

Beyond her direct responsibilities, Lee goes above and beyond with her proactive approach and outstanding service. She is ensuring that the upcoming generation of engineers is well-prepared and supported by mentoring and training new hires, which adds to the organization’s overall effectiveness and efficiency.

Since 1881, the Little Rock District has provided services to the area. Southern Missouri and the majority of Arkansas are included in the district boundaries.

Twelve reservoirs, thirteen navigation locks and dams, seven hydroelectric power plants, 146 public parks, and 308 miles of navigation channel are among the $6.5 billion worth of public infrastructure that the district oversees.

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