Lee has helped design and evaluate a range of large foundations’ program strategies, on topics ranging from conservation, to health, to education, to performing arts. He has also helped complex NGOs working in health, international development, and the environment become more effective, allowing them to better achieve their missions while providing donors with greater value for their money. He has also performed strategic evaluations, and developed monitoring, evaluation, and learning plans for organizations. Particular areas of expertise include conservation, global development and health, family planning and reproductive health, program strategy, and evaluation.

Select Redstone Projects

  • Helping the International Planned Parenthood Federation strengthen its performance culture by redesigning its resource allocation model and developing customized management tools, increasing access to its services across the world
  • Translating business sector practices into a new approach for funding large scale conservation deals in Costa Rica, the Amazon, and the Great Bear Rainforest
  • Evaluating a rapidly growing NGO working to improve resource governance around the world to gauge where it was doing well and where it could improve


Prior to joining Redstone in 2005, Lee was a consultant at a firm founded by former Monitor Consulting partners, where he specialized in increasing client profitability through analysis of customer behavior. Lee lives in Boulder, Colorado with his wife Leslie and two sons Bailey and Micah. He enjoys bicycling, bouldering, hiking, and skiing in his off hours.


  • Yale School of Management, MBA
  • Harvard University, BA cum laude in Economics