Lynette Lee

Lynette Jung Lee spent 33 years with the East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC), the last 27 as executive director. She grew EBALDC from a staff of two to ninety, and helped guide its affordable housing development to achieve over 1400 completed affordable apartments, over 200 homes and condos for first time home buyers, and 300,000 sf of retail, office, and community facilities. After retirement, Lynette helped establish Diversity in Health Training Institute, a nonprofit focusing on helping immigrants and refugees with medical backgrounds to re-enter the medical field. Lynette currently serves on the boards of Gum Moon/Asian Women’s Resource Center, and The Center for Leadership Innovation. She is a commissioner with the Oakland Housing Authority, a Steering Committee member of Renewed Hope Housing Associates in Alameda, treasurer of the California Nevada Conference of United Methodist Women and co-chair of the Buena Vista United Methodist Women.