Lee Michelson was elected President and CEO of the National Executive Service Corps (NESC). Michelson states that, “He is honored to be part of such as stellar organization and is ready to lead the group to new heights.”
Formerly the Chief Executive Officer for the Sequoia Healthcare District which provides more than $12 million annually in support of more than 50 community health organizations, primary care clinics, school-based health programs and nursing education program, Michelson served in this capacity since 2009. Michelson was the chief spokesperson and interfaced with state, county and local political leaders as well as the media, community organizations and the general public.
Previously, Michelson served as the Executive Director of the San Mateo County Health Foundation where he oversaw the granting of more than $7 million dollars in program support. Additionally, Michelson has served as the Vice President of Development for the Ronald McDonald House and the St. Louis Sports Commission and was the Director of Community Affairs for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Missouri.
Michelson also served as the Vice-Chair of First 5 San Mateo County, which provides support for early childhood education, was a Committee Member for the Association of California Healthcare Districts Education Committee and was a Representative for the San Mateo County Special Districts Association.
Michelson has a Masters in Healthcare Administration from Lindenwood University. He and his wife Linda presently live in Englewood, NJ.