Lee A. Jackman
Lee Jackman discovered her writing voice at age twelve when she began writing poems for family, classmates and teachers. She is an author, pianist, songwriter-lyricist who, for thirty-five years, served as a not-for-profit executive at Pitzer College and Doheny Eye Institute, helping to raise funds to benefit these organizations.
Ms. Jackman is a life member of the American Cancer Society, California Division, secretary of Children’s Fund, Inc., past-president of the Rotary Club of Los Angeles, Association of Fund Raising Professionals, and House of Ruth. She currently serves as a member of Children’s Fund, Inc., Claremont-West End Auxiliary of Children’s Fund, Claremont Heritage and Coalition for Crime Prevention. She also write for International House and Claremont Colleges.
Her first book Love, Lee was published in October 2012 and she is completing work on a book of memoirs to be published in 2013. She has produced three CDs of songs she has written.
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Lee's First Novel
Two Heartfelt Literary Works