Connect with Lee:
Lee is the Page of Page Communications with a history of marketing, involvement and connecting. He is a media and events guru. He enjoys both and it shows through his work and involvement. Lee gives strategic counsel and oversees the creation, development, execution and evaluation of communication programs for clients. His experience is diverse across multiple industries, including retail/hospitality, development, healthcare, and professional services. He keeps his finger on the pulse of trends and topics in Kansas City as well as regionally and nationally to leverage in a way that gets attention. Connecting clients with media and influencers that matter is like a puzzle that Lee is always fitting pieces. Lee is plugged into Kansas City. He twice co-chaired the Bloom event and built it in to one of Kansas City’s signature annual fundraisers attracting more than a thousand people raising funds for the Kansas City Free Health Clinic. He currently serves on the boards of The Kansas City Free Health Clinic and AIDS Service Foundation. He actively supports many arts, animal, health, and children’s organizations. In 2010 he was on the steering committees for St. Luke’s “Paint the Town,” the annual benefit for the Kemper Museum of Art and the Missouri Repertory Theater’s “Fearless Fete” gala. He served seven years on the board, including a two-year chairmanship, of The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Young Friends of Art in addition to a board position with The Charlotte Street Foundation/Urban Culture Project. Lee’s community and civic involvement includes planning committees, events, and grand openings. He is a Kansas City native, grew up in Johnson County, and graduated from the University of Kansas. He now resides in Brookside.