Monday, January 5, 2015

Volunteer Spotlight: Brian Lee

As a student at the University of San Francisco, Brian’s undergraduate program includes a set number of service hours to be completed at a local nonprofit. Brian first heard about Family House through fellow USF student Joey Jordan, the ACE Program volunteer leader for the 2014-2015 school year.

Brian is currently majoring in biology and pre-med, with hopes of becoming a dentist after graduation, and was seeking experience at a nonprofit with a focus in the medical field. He already has quite a bit of experience working with children - he is a Dragon Boat coach for teens ages 13-18 at his former high school in San Francisco.

Much of Brian’s time at Family House has been focused on highly detailed database work for our annual end-of-year appeals, as well as preparation work for our biggest annual fundraiser in February, Cabernet for Connoisseurs.

Brian loves to read and cook for his family, and his attention to detail and quiet humor have been an invaluable asset to the office staff at 50 Irving Street. He even volunteered over his winter break between semesters. Thank you, Brian!

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