Founder and CEO
Lee Meagher is Founder and CEO of Scootaround Inc., and is based at the company head office, in Winnipeg, MB. Through over 1,500 North American locations, Scootaround provides personal transport rentals and sales to customers of all types, from individual travelers through to Fortune 500 companies. It also provides mobility enhancement services for conventions and tradeshows through fleet rentals and onsite-programs, as well as a nationwide airline-related mobility equipment repair service. Its special needs services include rentals for motorized scooter, wheel chair, ECV, and powerchair equipment types. Disability services are available for the elderly and those with mobility issues, event and convention attendees and vacation, business, cruise and convention travelers. The company has offices and teams in Florida, Nevada and Georgia.
Lee founded Scootaround in 1997 as a home-based business and has been instrumental in seeing Scootaround grow into an International company. Since then, Scootaround has expanded its coverage and service offerings each year and continues to develop partnerships with some of the biggest companies in the industry. Scootaround is North America’s only nationwide mobility equipment company that provides both, rentals, repairs and equipment sales to all customer types, making them the industry leader and world’s most trusted provider, of Personal Transportation Solutions and Total Mobility Management.
Lee has served on many boards and volunteer committees, including her role as past Chair of the Board of the St. Boniface Hospital Research Foundation, where she spent 18 years volunteering, St.Mary’s Academy Foundation Board and Co-Chair of the capital campaign, St.Paul’s High School Board and for the past 10 years, has been involved on the Board of Day Nursery that manages four inner city daycares in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Lee has been included in the W100 ranking of Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs, produced by PROFIT Magazine and Chatelaine. She has a double major in Political Science and French from the University of Manitoba and L’Institute Catholique in Paris, France, where she spent one year studying.