Anne Lee is a Lecturer in Journalism, Co-editor for TAPinto Greater Olean, and Assistant Director of the Francis E. Kelley Oxford Program. In the classroom, her teaching style is open to change for each group of students. She listens to students and reads their work to determine whether they are learning and performing according to expectations.
Before coming to St. Bonaventure, Anne Lee was a Managing Editor at Dorf Feature Service. She supervised over a dozen staff writers, trained college interns and graduates, and wrote special section features for New Jersey’s largest newspaper, The Star-Ledger.
Anne Lee worked at the Mercer County Executive’s Office providing confidential aide to the Communications Director, and afterward as Acting Communications Director. She has worked as an Adjunct Instructor of English composition at Mercer County Community College, a Writing Tutor at the Learning Center, a Mentor in the DREAM program for intellectually disabled young adults, a Reference Librarian, and an Online Tutor. At the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, Anne Lee taught seven English composition classes for a year and then found her way to St. Bonaventure University.
Currently, she is working on a book about Sidney Dorfman, Founder and longtime President of Dorf Feature Service, a newsman, and entrepreneur well known for his writing abilities and for fostering the careers of many New Jersey writers. Her accomplishments include five entries in the SAGE Glossary of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (2009).
- M.S., Library Sciences (with distinction), Pratt Institute, 2009
- B.A., Journalism (cum laude), St. Bonaventure University, 1976