Sean Lee is WWJ Newsradio 950’s Health Reporter.
Visit the Your Eye On Health section for more articles and podcasts from Sean.
Lee served as FOX 2 (WJBK-TV) Health Producer from 2005 to 2013; FOX 2 Producer/Writer from 1998-2005; and as writer/assignment desk editor at WDIV-TV (Channel 4) from 1996-1998. Lee also served as a Morning Weather Anchor at WRC-TV (NBC 4) in Washington, D.C., and as a general assignment reporter/weather anchor at WTHI-TV (Terre Haute, IN).
Lee graduated from Kentucky Wesleyan College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication. She got her start in radio while attending school, managing the campus’ FM radio station both before and after graduation. After college, Lee worked as a weather anchor/general assignment reporter at WVJS-TV, AM & FM (Owensboro, KY).
Lee’s hobbies include karaoke and she ran her first half-marathon in the Detroit Free-Press Marathon in 2012.
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