Lee Kilborn is one of those special people that devote their lives to family and service to community. Finding her passion - and absolute talent - early on as a professional volunteer coordinator, Lee made the jump from corporate to work in non-profit. Through her decades in service, she accumulated a volunteer “army” of 1,000’s that would do anything she asked - I know, because I was one of those volunteers. While giving so much of herself to her community, her journey also includes diagnoses, a 100+ pound weight loss, and receiving multiple organ transplants. Throughout all of this, Lee’s focus is still on family and service to her community as she finds her way to what’s next. Come hear Lee’s amazing story with her unique perspective on service, health, and why she still has so much more to give.
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