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Nancy T. Lee, American human services administrator, educator. Certified gerontological nursing; ordained deacon African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2002. Fellow Diversity fellow, National Interfaith Council on Aging, since 2002.


Lee, Nancy T. was born on May 19, 1939 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of Robert D. and Marie (Burden) Thompson.


Diploma, Bellevue School Nursing, New York City, 1962. Bachelor of Science summa cum laude, Bowie State University, 1988. Master of Arts, Marymount University, 1991.

Master of Arts in Religious Studies, Howard University, 1999. Postgraduate, Howard University, since 2002.


School nurse Department of Health and Human Services, Washington. Director clinical services Staff Builders Temporary Services. Instructor University District of Columbia.

Director staff development Washington Home. Director nursing Health Care Institute. Instructor Prince George's Community College, Alzheimer's Association.

Instructor division nursing Howard University, Washington, chapel assistant advisor Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel. Consultant in field; clinical educator II Visiting Nurses Association, Hyattesville, Maryland.


Member task force nurse assistant competency examination Educational Testing Service. Member of Alzheimer's Association (board directors local chapter), Licensed Practical Nurse Association, National Gerontological Nurses Association, District of Columbia Nursing Association, National Black Nurses Association, National Nurses Staff Development Association, Sigma Theta Tau, Delta Epsilon Sigma.


Married Orlando W. E. Lee, July 7, 1967. Children: Anthony Lester, William Edward.