I'm a Toro

Nancy Lee — B.S., Nursing, 1990
M.S., Nursing, 1994
CERT, Nursing: Quality Assurance, 1994

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I Lead with Compassion

Nancy Lee currently serves as the senior vice president at Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. In her position, Lee oversees all clinical services and operations, including inpatient and outpatient nursing, clinical laboratory and anatomic pathology, pharmacy, radiology, rehabilitation services, and occupational, physical, and speech therapy.

Lee earned her associate degree in nursing from Riverside City College in 1979, and spent several years working as a nurse before resuming her education at CSUDH. Lee landed her first administrative position at Daniel Freeman Hospital in Inglewood, where she advanced from chief nursing officer to chief operation officer. In 2002, Lee moved to Stanford Health Care, where she served as chief nursing officer and vice president of Patient Care Services. Lee strives to be a role model for women in the nursing profession, where despite holding the majority of jobs, they hold less than twenty percent of leadership positions.