Georgia Souther Alumnus Named to Statesboro 20 Under 40
Winfield J. “Win” Lee III (Delta Theta–Georgia Southern ’12) was named to the 2020 listing of Statesboro Herald’s 20 under 40 which highlights the city’s top up and commers. Win graduated in 2016 from Georgia Southern University with a degree in tourism and received a certificate in biblical studies from Liberty University. As an undergraduate, he served the Delta Theta Chapter as Number VIII.
“My KA story focuses on faith and brotherhood,” Win commented. “I got saved at GSU while being a KA and got to lead bible studies and become a man through it.”
Winfield “Win” Lee is a Bulloch County native and graduate from Bulloch Academy as well as Georgia Southern University. Win has been actively involved in many nonprofits and local charities including Dancing With the Statesboro Stars, Leadership Bulloch Class of 2020 and Fostering Bulloch. Win also helped found One Purpose LLC which held two “worship nights” on the campus of GSU. AS well as working in ministry at Connection Church as a Discipleship Resident and Guido Gardens in Metter as the Director of Discipleship.
“I am very thankful for the community and people of Statesboro. From my family to my elementary and high school teachers to Bible study groups and just good friends, you have shaped my life and helped me more than you know. I look forward to serving you at Lee, Hill and Johnston and am thankful to be a part of a true local business established in the best little town in the world. Insurance is an always changing, sometimes confusing, industry that can be intimidating or ignored. My hope is that you trust us at LHJ to help and lead you through the process.”