Cameron Lee joined the Goizueta Business School as an adjunct faculty member in accounting in 2011. He is a certified public accountant. Prior to his arrival at Goizueta, Lee worked for 20 years in public accounting, and in the oil service and mortgage banking industries. At Washington Mutual, he served as a vice president, managing a variety of business functions, including acquisitions and integrations, technology finance, and capital investments. At Bank of America, he served as a vice president and financial control manager in the mortgage services group. He received his MBA from Texas A&M University in 2000 and has a BBA in accounting from Eastern Michigan University.
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