Along with his role with The Forum Institute, Lee is President and CEO of Advance Enterprises, LLC, a global consulting firm specializing in working with corporations and nonprofits in the health sector to create successful social enterprises and advising health and/or medical related firms on product design and delivery and organizational excellence. He is also the CEO of the Association for Vascular Access and sits on numerous boards related to improving healthcare. From 2004-2011, he served as the President and CEO of the Autism Society, was the President of the Autism Society of America Foundation, and publisher of the Autism Advocate journal. While at the Autism Society, he oversaw the nation’s largest grassroots autism organization, with over 190,000 members and supporters and 160 chapters across the U.S. Lee also initiated strategic partnerships with Easter Seals, the Autism Research Institute, and the Celtic Nations for Autism, the Autism Society of the Philippines and the Autism Society of Parents in Hong Kong to deal with disability services issues and led coalitions that resulted in raising over $1.2 billion in funding. A frequent speaker on international health issues, Lee has presented four times at the United Nations. Prior to his position at the Autism Society, Lee owned a business for 25 years that specialized in consulting to the medical industry.
Education: Masters in Leadership, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University BS/BA, Hawaii Pacific University