Dr. Clarence Lee, Jr.
Dr. Lee is a nationally celebrated author, international speaker, and CEO of CMLEEJR Co., a personal development enterprise that conducts live training experiences on high performance and mental conditioning for professionals, teams, organizations and students.
A former student-athlete, Dr. Lee holds a degree in Biology (B.S.) from University of the Incarnate Word, and degrees in Medicine (M.D.) and Business (M.B.A.) from Drexel University. Also a decorated war veteran, Dr. Lee served in the United States Air Force for 10 years with several assignments, his last being a flight surgeon flying the T-38 and U-2 airframes at Beale AFB, CA.
Dr. Lee is the author of the inspirational memoir ""Well, My Mom Says…"" as well as his latest book “PERSIST”. He is a columnist for several publications and his work has been featured in Live Happy Magazine, Black Fitness Today, and Essence Magazine to name a few. He regularly appears as a on-air TV health expert and has been featured in segments on ABC, CBS, and FOX television stations. Recently, Dr. Lee was named Top 40 under 40 by the Sacramento Business Journal and Drexel University. He was honored as one of the top healthcare entrepreneurs to know by Becker’s Hospital Review, and is one of the latest recipients of the Black Enterprise Modern Man award.
Dr. Lee is a devoted husband and father. He lives in Carlsbad, CA and loves spending time with his wife and children on the coast.