Lee is a professional environmental educator, travel writer, and social innovator working with the Goldstein Lab to better understand the 100 Resilient Cities network. His research investigates how co-created and ecologically informed approaches to community program development improve the design, implementation, and assessment of cross-border environmental initiatives. Lee holds an MA in Environmental Conservation Education from NYU, and a BS in Computer Science from the University of Rochester. His recent positions include teaching Environmental Studies at Pace University, co-leading several community development projects in Costa Rica and Israel with The Sustainability Laboratory, and researching rural community learning models with the Earth Child Institute in Brazil. Lee’s dreams include building new programs in transformative environmental education, being a rock star, and bridging worldwide gaps in cultural understanding towards a more unified human society.