Lee McEnany Caraher
Lee McEnany Caraher, a recognized communications strategist, has more than 20 years experience in marketing and communications in consumer, technology and interactive business.
Before founding Double Forte, Lee founded and served as president of Red Whistle Communications, an Interpublic-owned integrated marketing communications firm. During her time at Interpublic companies, she also served as executive vice president of The Weber Group and Weber Shandwick, and managed multiple offices in the US and the UK.
Previously Lee was vice president of corporate and consumer communications for the $1B SEGA of America, where she also ran customer service and events. Lee also served as vice president at Los Angeles firms Manning, Selvage & Lee and The Bohle Company. Lee launched her career on the East Coast with Cone Communications and The Weber Group.
Active in the community, Lee currently serves on the Board of Directors of KQED, public media for Northern California, The Marine Mammal Center, and The St. Paul’s Choir School.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in history (with a concentration in Medieval History, which she finds useful every day) from Carleton College.