Lee Moxley Wins Binghamton Chamber of Commerce HYPE Award in Skilled Trades

Dec 18, 2020
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As part of the Binghamton Chamber of Commerce’s HYPE Award program celebrating young professionals and their contributions in the Southern Tier community, Lee was recognized for his successful work, talent, and dedication.

As part of the Binghamton Chamber of Commerce’s HYPE Award program celebrating young professionals and their contributions in the Southern Tier community, Lee was recognized for his successful work, talent, and dedication.

Lee graduated from Greene Central School in 2005 and went to SUNY Oneonta where he graduated with a BA in History and a BS in Psychology with a focus in Industrial Psychology. Lee started out on the factory floor as a grinder on the rail line, and then became an assembler in the transmission room. From the transmission room he joined the Total process Reliability (TPR) department where he was an integral part in the implementation of TPR across all Raymond locations. In 2017 Lee stepped into the Supervisor role in Fabrication on second shift where he was responsible for the rail line and fabrication. Lee currently is the first shift Fabrication Supervisor.

Lee has taken it upon himself to be a mentor for several people, including co-workers that are at the same level as himself. He is always willing to lend a helping hand, even if it is on a different shift. Outside of work, Lee is a wrestling coach for Greene High School as well as a wrestling club in the off-season. Lee serves on the Manufacturing Education board at BOCES and participates in career days to help kids get on the right track to finding a career in the manufacturing industry.