October 2014 – Many words come to Regina Lee’s mind as she tries to sum up her 32-year career with ADP: Technology. Globalization. Compliance. Clients. Leadership. Women.
But one word is at the center of them all:
Lee, who joined ADP in 1982, will retire on December 31. Her final role was as President of ADP Major Account Services (MAS) and ADP Canada after a long and varied career in which she carries the distinction of being the only person to serve as President of every business unit within Employer Services.
“I love clients; I love people; I love the pace,” she said. “I feel so lucky that for 32 years I’ve had many different roles and I woke up every day loving what I do and feeling like I could make a difference and have an impact.”
Her focus on people and service stands out to longtime colleagues.
“Regina Lee wants to solve problems, to make things better for people, and to make other people better,” said Carolyn Heiser, Director of Domestic Tax Compliance at KPMG whom Regina hired at ADP in 1986.
Whether striving to transform a business unit at ADP or working with APA to help the payroll profession at large, Regina focuses on leadership. At the heart of that leadership is service to individuals.
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