Log In

James Jieh Lee Edit Profile

computer specialist , Environmental educator

James Jieh Lee, American environmental educator, computer specialist. Certified high school, university teacher, Taiwan. Recipient automation data processing/extramural research United States Public Health Service, 1991.


Lee, James Jieh was born on August 27, 1939 in I-Lan, Taiwan. Came to United States of America 1968. Son of Yun Ping and Lien Hwa (Kuo) Lee.


Bachelor, Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, 1962. Master of Arts, University Minnesota, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Sciences, Greenwich University.


Teacher I-Lan High School, 1962-1964. Instructor Ta-Tung & Taiwan Normal University, 1964-1968. Research assistant University Minnesota, Mlps., 1968-1971, research associate, 1971-1977.

Computer specialist United States Department Commerce, Silver Spring, Maryland, 1977-1983. Senior computer system analyst United States Public Health Service, Rockville, 1983-1992. Planning director Center for Taiwan International Relations, Washington, since 1990.

President World Federation Taiwanese Associations, 1995-1999. Deputy administrator Environmental Protection Agency, Taiwan, since 2000. With International Environmental Protection Association, Washington, 1988-1990, also board directors since 1986.

Board directors Asia Resource Center, Washington, since 1993. Executive director Constitution Movement for Taiwan, Washington, since 1993. Chairman Formosan Human Rights Association Washington chapter, since 1976.


  • Certified high school, university teacher, Taiwan.



Board directors Formosan Association Public Affairs, Washington, 1982-1992. Member World Watch, National Resource Defense Council, American Solar Energy Society, Union of Concerned Scientists, World Federation Taiwanese Associations (president 1995-1999), Sierra Club.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: traveling, hiking.


Married Margie J. Feng, March 31, 1965. 1 child: Jean H.

Yun Ping Lee

Lien Hwa (Kuo) Lee

Margie J. Feng