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Dhe Lee Ezell

Dhe Lee Ezell, American community development and human services agency executive. Certified Columbia University, 1979. Recipient Service Humanity award, Morrisania Hospital, Bronx, 1968; fellow, Baruch College, City University of New York, New York City, 1982. Member of National Association Female Executives.


  • Ezell, Dhe Lee was born on February 24, 1944 in Perry, Georgia, United States. Daughter of John Thomas and Rosa Bell (Hill) Ezell.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Professional Studies & Human Service, College Human Services, New York City, 1980. Postgraduate, Baruch College, City University of New York, 1982.


    • Past business representative New York Telephone Сompany, New York City. Clerk United States Post Office. Community organizer Morris Heights, Bronx, 1978—1980.

      Executive assistant Association Neighborhood & Housing Development, 1980—1981, acting executive director New York City, 1981—1983. Executive director Bronx Heights Corporation, since 1985. Technical adviser Quality Housing Management Company, Bronx, since 1985.

      Vice president Moore Tenants Association, Bronx, 1975—1978, People Networking Unlimited, Bronx, since 1985. President Moore Houses Community Center, Bronx, 1975—1976. Chairperson Congressional Planning Council, Bronx, 1976.

      Served to private first class United States Army, 1962-1964.

    Major achievements

    • Certified Columbia University, 1979.


    • Editor: Moore News newsletter, 1976 (New York City Housing Authority Best Publication award, 1976). Co-editor: Item response theory Express trade newspaper, 1976, Speaking Out newspaper, since 1978.


    Party affiliation: Democrat


    Member of National Association Female Executives.



    Writing, sewing, reading, collecting social and political buttons.


    • Children: Hansi Jones, Stacey Jones, Theronn Dozier.
    • father: John Thomas Ezell
    • mother: Rosa Bell (Hill) Ezell
    • children: Hansi Jones Ezell
    • Stacey Jones Ezell
    • Theronn Dozier Ezell
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    Born February 24, 1944
    (age 73)