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Lee Danley came to Baptist College in June of 1999. Lee earned his BS degree in organizational management from Crichton College, Memphis, Tennessee, in 1998 and his MS degree in management: organizational leadership in 2005 from Regis University in Denver, Colorado. Lee is a doctoral candidate at Northcentral University in Prescott, Arizona. Lee is also a graduate of the Leadership Memphis program, Class of Spring 2009 and serves a certified Stephen Minister through HOPE Presbytarian Church in Cordova, Tennessee. Lee is an adjunct professor for the Allied Health Division's Health Care Management Program and a facilitator for the Baptist College Experience (BCE) orientation courses. In addition to his job duties as activities officer, Lee serves on the college's Business Council, the Institutional Effectiveness Committee (IEC), the Student Affairs Committee, the Alumni News Review Board, and the Online Publications Task Force. Lee coordinates the Orientation And Student Involvement Staff (OASIS), serves as an advisor to the Student Government Association (SGA) and oversees three other volunteer student organizations led by the SGA officers. Lee’s top five StrengthsQuest themes are Maximizer, Empathy, Adaptability, Belief, and Developer.
Hometown: Lee was born in the boot heel of Missouri in a small town called Hayti and lived in Caruthersville, Missouri. However, Lee has lived in Memphis since he was 6 years old and considers Memphis his true hometown.
College: BS in organizational management from Crichton College, Memphis, Tennessee; MS in management: organizational leadership from Regis University, Denver, Colorado; doctoral studies in organizational leadership through Northcentral University, Prescott, Arizona.
Interests: Fishing, golf, coaching softball, Memphis Tigers, and family fun.
Books I Recommend: Thinking for a Change by John C. Maxwell, Renewing Minds by David S. Dockery.
Favorite Movies: Tommy Boy, Twelve Angry Men, It’s a Wonderful Life.
In My iPod: James Taylor, John Lennon, Goo Goo Dolls, Audioslave, Van Morrison.
Favorite Bible Verses: John 3:16, Jeremiah 29:11.