Second Life Mac adds four to staff

Updated 9/10/2019 10:07 AM

SKOKIE -- Apple equipment buyback company Second Life Mac has added four executives with nearly 55 combined years of experience at Apple, Inc. to its procurement team.

Megan Finnegan-Ratliff, Joseph Lee, Scott Henry and Larry Lester have been named directors of procurement.


Finnegan-Ratliff has nearly 20 years of experience working with K-12 schools to ensure students have the best learning environment. Most recently, she was the southern Ohio account representative for Apple Inc., working with schools to implement 1:1 learning with iPads and Macs. Prior to Apple, Finnegan-Ratliff was an account executive with Educators Publishing Service, Dublin, Ohio. Finnegan-Ratliff earned a bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University and lives in Worthington, Ohio.

Lee brings more than 10 years of sales experience in K-12 and higher education markets for Apple, Inc., where he consistently was ranked among the company's top 10 education sales executives. Prior to joining Second Life Mac, Lee was a commercial account executive with Salesforce. He earned a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from The University of Iowa, and resides in Park Ridge.

Henry spent the last 15 years as a sales executive with Apple, Inc. where he exceeded sales quotas every year while more than doubling his territories annually. Prior to Apple, Henry was co-founder of Consolidated Salvage, which provides claim solutions and services for the insurance industry. Henry earned a bachelor's degree from University of Texas, Austin, and resides in Austin, Texas.

Lester was an award-winning senior account manager for K-12 education for Apple, Inc. for the past 15 years. Prior to joining Apple, Lester was a global account manager for Nortel and also held sales positions with Cisco Systems, Intergraph Corporation, Graphic Data Systems and EDS. He earned a bachelor's degree from University of Buffalo. Lester resides in Florida and will service the southeast United States for Second Life Mac.

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