What Others Have Said About Christine Wei-li Lee…

“During my 2002 re-election campaign, Christine was tremendously integral to our Asian Pacific American outreach efforts, including California’s first-ever statewide gubernatorial TV ads in Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Japanese and Vietnamese. I won more than 60 percent of the APA vote, which I attribute in large measure to the good work Christine did on my behalf.”

— California Governor Gray Davis (1999-2003)

“I've known Christine both personally and professionally since the early '90s, and have had the pleasure of working with her on several statewide political campaigns. Christine is a dynamic advocate for the APIA community and an excellent PR and communications specialist. Her creative and thoughtful approach to managing high-pressure and sensitive issues is a great asset to any client.”

— California State Treasurer John Chiang (2015-Present)

“As President of the Korean American Democratic Committee in 2001, I met Christine and worked closely with her when she was Senior Advisor to Governor Gray Davis on Asian Pacific American issues. She impressed me with her dedication to empowering our communities throughout California. I'm proud to call Christine a friend and I know that any organization will be fortunate to utilize her diverse talents and expertise.”

Mayor Sukhee Kang, City of Irvine, California (2008-2012)

“Christine's polish, professionalism, attention to detail and vast knowledge of the Asia market proved invaluable. Plus, she is a delight to work with!”

— David Troxel
Co-Founder & Author, Best Friends™ Approach to Alzheimer's Care

“As a first-generation immigrant myself, I bonded with Christine instantly when I first met her in 1993. I could easily identify with Christine's drive and desire to pursue her dreams and success in the U.S. Over the years, we've had several opportunities to work together and we've kept in close contact throughout her career moves and her personal growth. Christine has an outstanding reputation as a creative communications professional and a real 'doer'.”

— Dominic Ng
Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
East West Bank

“Christine Lee is one of the most creative and impressive communications professionals, combining a deep sensitivity to client and target audience issues with strong creative and execution skills. She has a particular expertise in managing international communications challenges given her wide range of experience in both local and international media.”

— Robin V Sears
Advanced Technology Practice Leader – Asia Pacific
Korn/Ferry International

“Christine led our PR and marketing activities in Asia. She’s organizationally very savvy and always seemed to know the right people on the outside. She’s a doer.”

— Michael Bekins
President – Asia Pacific
Korn/Ferry International

“Christine was an outstanding student of mine when I taught communication law and policy at UCLA and remained a close friend during the decade in which I served as Dean of the Annenberg School for Communication at USC. She excelled not only as my student, but has had a remarkable career in public relations and in government. She is an expert on and an active member of California's large Asian Pacific Islander community.”

— Geoffrey Cowan
USC University Professor
President, Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunneylands

“Christine Lee has been a tremendous help in raising our awareness about the importance of marketing/PR and formalizing our activities. She is hard to replace.”

— Sakie Fukushima
Managing Director- Japan
Korn/Ferry International

“Christine Lee showed excellent skill and judgment in developing and implementing public relations programs for Sprint in the Asian American market. She organized, usually under tight deadlines, community-oriented, multi-ethnic events with highly successful results. She handled the high-pressure responsibilities with ease and professionalism.”

— Catherine Goodson
Director – Consumer Services