School of Professional Studies
B.S.N., (1975), St. Xavier University
M.S.N., (1979), Governors State University
Ph.D., (2002), Loyola University-Chicago
Certified Reciprocal Alcohol and Drug Counselor, 1997, Illinois Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Professional Certification Association, Inc.
With 36 years as a registered nurse, Dr. Lee shares both knowledge and experience with students in her classes. Currently at Olivet, she teaches courses in adult health (theory and clinical), health assessment (clinical in the virtual learning center) and families in crisis. She also serves as a preceptor for M.S.N. students as they do their nursing education practicums.
Dr. Lee is a member of Alumni of Minority Fellowship Program and the American Nurses Association. In 2003, she received the Black Pearl Award from Connexions Incorporated — a facility that serves homeless mentally ill substance abuse patients — in recognition of her outstanding work in the Chicago area and suburbs.
Volunteering with her church, Trinity United Church of Christ, Dr. Lee serves as vice chairperson for the Immabasi Health and Wellness Ministry. This ministry promotes healthy lifestyles and provides health screenings for church members on Chicago’s south side.
She thanks God for her wonderful son, daughter-in-law and two grandchildren.