Episode 14: Fighting Cancer and Cycling for Survival with Philanthropist Tim Lee

Episode 14: Fighting Cancer and Cycling for Survival with Philanthropist Tim Lee

Conversations with Doc Martin
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Episode 14: Fighting Cancer and Cycling for Survival with Philanthropist Tim Lee
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Hey everybody! Welcome to Conversations with Doc Martin, where we talk to extraordinary people doing extraordinary things! 

In today’s interview, we talk to Timothy Lee!

Tim is the Director of Philanthropy for the American Cancer Society based in Los Angeles, CA. He’s worked in the non-profit and philanthropy spaces for nearly a decade, hoping to raise millions of dollars for both local and national non-profits including the Los Angeles LGBT Center, the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, and of course the American Cancer Society.

Tim is a native of California whose passion for cycling led him to the AIDS/LifeCycle, which is a 7-day charity life cycling event starting in San Francisco and ending in Los Angeles which raises millions of dollars annually to help end AIDS. Tim has completed the AIDS/LifeCycle 4 times and says he looks forward to a post-COVID world where he can complete that journey again.

Find More of Tim Lee’s Work Below:
American Cancer Society
AIDS/Lifecycle
Tim Lee on Instagram
Tim Lee on LinkedIn

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