|Massachusetts Secretary of Veterans' Services|
|Preceded by||Thomas G. Kelley|
|Succeeded by||Francisco Urena|
|Occupation||Public policy advocate|
Corporate communications executive
|Service/branch||United States Marine Corps|
|Years of service||1987–1993|
Coleman Nee is an American public relations consultant and political figure who served as the Massachusetts Secretary of Veterans' Services from 2011 to 2015.
Nee worked in public policy advocacy and corporate communications for over 20 years. Among the companies Nee worked for were Bradlees, the Logan Airport Hilton Hotel and Towers, and Julie Country Day School.
In 2008 Nee was named Undersecretary of Veterans’ Services. In this role he oversaw the creation of the Statewide Advocacy for Veterans’ Empowerment (SAVE) program, which supports veterans and their families coping with the stresses of returning from war and assist them in obtaining veteran's benefits and services. He also helped obtain over $1 million in federal funds to train and find employment for veterans. Additionally, he led outreach efforts to homeless, women, and disabled veterans.
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