co-President of Driver iQ
As the co-President of Driver iQ, a full-service background screening company dedicated to the needs of the trucking industry, Billie Lee has nearly three decades of leadership experience directly gained in the trucking industry.
As Chief Executive Officer of the consulting firm, LB Advantage, Billie Lee provides businesses, including background screening and trucking companies, with a rigorous business review analysis followed by development of key growth strategies. She also helps businesses create and execute strategic business plans to achieve improved growth and profitability.
From 2004 to 2009, Billie Lee was the President of the Transportation Services Division of First Advantage. The Transportation Services division of the $800M corporation traded on NASDAQ delivered a platform of services to support the trucking industry including driver screening and fleet management.
Prior to joining First Advantage, Billie Lee spent a long, highly successful career at USIS/DAC Services. In 1998, Billie was appointed president of DAC Services, a division of Total Information Services Inc., and served as division president until it was acquired by US Investigative Services (USIS) in 2002. Ms. Lee then continued as senior vice president of operations for the USIS Commercial Services division following the acquisition. Billie served in that capacity until February 2004 when she joined First Advantage in order to create and develop the organizations vertical transportation market and apply her strategic talents.
Lee is involved with numerous human resources and transportation industry-related associations, including the Society for Human Resource Management (where she also served as the FCRA Task Force Committee Chair), board member of Association of Independent Information Professionals and the Truckload Carrier Association. As a recognized screening expert, she frequently speaks on related topics and participates on panels for industry groups.
Billie Lee studied at the University of Tulsa, and the University of Oklahoma.
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