Growing the Team
Velo Solar Announces Addition of Sharon Lee to Sales Team
ATLANTA, GA February 1, 2020—Velo Solar, the market leader in data-driven, technically excellent solar solutions, is accelerating the shift to the clean energy future by adding new executives with solar expertise to its team.
Sharon Lee, VP of Sales
As vice president of sales, Sharon Lee can tap into over a decade of solar industry experience in her consultative sales efforts for rooftop solar, storage and microgrid initiatives. From aiding in developing over 17 megawatts of a corporate-owned solar energy portfolio, to spearheading the emergence of the solar division of a leading manufacturing/construction firm, Lee brings a wealth of experience to Velo Solar.
Further, Lee has been involved in the GA Solar Energy Association, serving on the board of directors as the marketing chair, organizing the annual conference, as well as vice chair and ultimately, chair of the organization in 2015. She is also a charter member of the Professional Women in Building chapter of the Greater Atlanta Homebuilders Association, a member of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), and Women in Solar Energy (WISE).
Lee earned her B.S. degree in communications with double minors in marketing and psychology from Middle Tennessee State University, after spending three years at the University of Tennessee in the pre-health curriculum. Lee is the mom of two boys, ages 13 and 10. She and her husband, John, spend most of their free time at the baseball or football fields, unless they can steal away for a quick round of golf.
About Velo Solar:
Founded by Mark Bell and Chuck Clarke, two self-described tech nerds, Velo Solar is the only solar firm offering a 3-tiered, scalable energy solution comprised of solar PV and PowerEnfo, the VS smart grid energy software. Today, Velo Solar is one of Georgia’s largest solar EPC firms. We’re proud to play an integral role in the projects and initiatives that move our city, state, and region further into a sustainable reality. Looking at Atlanta’s famous BeltLine path right outside our windows, it’s fitting to reflect on our past. But for us, it’s not only where we come from, but where we’re going. We are so much more than solar.