Lee’s writing has appeared in a number of online and print publications, including the Christian Century, Fidelia’s Sisters, Practicing Families, and the Greensboro News and Record. Her most recent book, More Than Enough: Living Abundantly in a Culture of Excess, is a call for faithful and responsible consumerism. She is the co-author, along with Bromleigh McCleneghan, of Hopes and Fears: Everyday Theology for New Parents and Other Tired, Anxious People, which offers reflections on faith the tasks of parenting.
Lee is a graduate of Albion College and of the Divinity School at the University of Chicago. She currently serves on the boards of the Disciples Divinity House and the North Carolina Council of Churches, and has been involved with the Young Clergy Women Project.
Lee and her family live in Greensboro, North Carolina – home of the lunch counter sit-in movement and the Greensboro Grasshoppers baseball team – where she works alongside the good people of First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). A Midwesterner at heart, she has now lived in the South long enough to appreciate the word “y’all.”