Cheryl Ann Lee is currently the director of development at the Fairfax Library Foundation where she oversees fundraising, marketing, and events, all in support of the Fairfax County Public Library, the largest public library system in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Her previous work includes managing the Alumnae Relations Division at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in Greater Los Angeles where she revitalized annual programming for over 4,000 alumnae, implemented new giving societies increasing alumnae dollars raised by over 14%, and was instrumental in the success of the $9.6 million Arts Center capital campaign. She also has nonprofit leadership and program design experience directing the Youth Workforce Development Division at Community Youth Center of San Francisco, and overseeing communications and events for the San Francisco Mayor’s Youth Employment & Education Program.
Cheryl has a master of public administration degree from the University of San Francisco, a California Multiple Subject K-12 Teaching Credential from Chapman University, and a bachelor of arts in Radio-TV-Film from California State University, Fullerton. A California native, Cheryl resides in the City of Fairfax with her husband, Andre.