Patty Lee

Communications Administrative Assistant

Sacramento

Patty Lee joined Pacific Legal Foundation in 2005 as an Executive Secretary in the Admin and Communications Departments.  As PLF’s Communications Department grew, so did the responsibilities.  Patty is now working for the Communication’s Department full-time.

Patty’s days are spent working on news releases, At Stake and Sword&Scales newsletters, website updates, arranging speakers for local clubs and organizations, making travel arrangements for the Communication’s staff.

Patty came to PLF from Octagon Risk Services who manages medical malpractice claims for Stanford Hospital and the Sutter Hospitals.

Outside of work, Patty is a wife and mother of one.  She enjoys spending time with her family.  She also likes to spend time designing and making quilts.  Patty has been designing and making one special quilt a year that is donated at Thanksgiving to someone who has made a difference in their lives.  This year’s special project is making baby blankets and adult lap blankets that will be donated to hospice and group homes at Thanksgiving – so far the count is at 50+.

Patty Lee joined Pacific Legal Foundation in 2005 as an Executive Secretary in the Admin and Communications Departments.  As PLF’s Communications Department grew, so did the responsibilities.  Patty is now working for the Communication’s Department full-time.

Patty’s days are spent working on news releases, At Stake and Sword&Scales newsletters, website updates, arranging speakers for local clubs and organizations, making travel arrangements for the Communication’s staff.

Patty came to PLF from Octagon Risk Services who manages medical malpractice claims for Stanford Hospital and the Sutter Hospitals.

Outside of work, Patty is a wife and mother of one.  She enjoys spending time with her family.  She also likes to spend time designing and making quilts.  Patty has been designing and making one special quilt a year that is donated at Thanksgiving to someone who has made a difference in their lives.  This year’s special project is making baby blankets and adult lap blankets that will be donated to hospice and group homes at Thanksgiving – so far the count is at 50+.

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