About Dr. Amanda Lee
Dr. Amanda K. Lee was named President of Cape Fear Community College in June 2015. Prior to her role as president, Dr. Lee served Cape Fear Community College as interim president and as vice president for instructional services, where she was primarily responsible for the planning and oversight of the college’s academic divisions, including arts and sciences, technical and vocational education, continuing education and the college’s learning resources centers. In addition, Dr. Lee worked with faculty and business representatives to coordinate the development, approval and implementation of new academic curricula and job training programs.
Dr. Lee joined CFCC in 2003 as an instructor. Before coming to CFCC, Dr. Lee taught courses at Nash Community College, Texas A&M University, UNC-Wilmington, and Baylor University.
In addition to her experience in higher education, Dr. Lee has worked in private industry as a director of standards, quality assurance and personnel for a medical services company with nearly 100 employees.
Originally from Richmond, Virginia, Dr. Lee attended Baylor University in Texas, where she earned her BA in Telecommunications and her MA in Communication Studies. Dr. Lee earned her doctorate in Communication Arts from Regent University in Virginia. She currently lives in the Ogden area with her husband and their two daughters.
President’s Office Staff
Executive Assistant to the President