Lee oversees the boutique, ad-free, global streaming VOD service dedicated to documentaries with aplomb. Launched in 2014, SundanceNow Doc Club has established itself as a go-to platform for curated documentary films, with an eye to helping its members discover vital nonfiction films that have fallen out of the public eye, including “Shoah, This is Not a Film,” “Joyce at 34,” and “The Drew Associates Collection.” A dedicated team player, Lee’s personal campaign election slogan is: “Care. About your team and about the work.”
What television show/s – cable or broadcast – best embrace diversity?
“Fear the Walking Dead.” It’s a diverse cast, but it goes further than that. The roles that the characters play and their relationships with each other feel unaffected by their ethnicity.
My personal election campaign slogan would be…
Care. About your team and about the work.
Favorite charity organization you work with?
Swim Across America. A charity swim circuit that raises seed funding for cancer research. Like many charity foot races, participants raise money for people to sponsor their swims (2k, 5k or 10k). There are many locations now, but the first event started in my hometown in Larchmont, N.Y.