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Patricia Lee (Businesswoman & Founder)

“As a society (over the last 50 years) we've grown in numbers and changed socially, but we haven't adjusted our Canadian Medical System to keep up with either.”


Professional Background


Legislative Journo


Business Woman


Foundation Builder


Public Speaker

Professional Milestones

Focused On Empowerment Through Education, Information and Communication

Focused On Empowerment
Through Education, Information and Communication

A notable background as an Accredited Legislative Reporter covering Provincial Affairs from the British Columbia Press Gallery helps bring a lively PR-Centric aspect to every project.

"I learned the importance of research & accuracy, and the value of information during the years spent as a Reporter at the Press Gallery" - Patricia 
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Speaking engagements throughout Canada


Women's Health Statistics to Consider

Wait time gaps in Canada widen as new ideas are needed


Average wait time for the next appointment at the GYN


Appx. Number of women in Canada affected by Fibroids


Gynecologists to share among Fibroids Patients 


4 Million women are waiting 240 days for help

Speaking Engagement Testimonials

"Patricia was on our speakers panel at the Halifax Women's Health Symposium in 2017" and has been invited to return for 2018. Her style combined with her extensive knowledge is so well mixed in with a sense of humor that allows the audience to relax yet digest every word. One of Patricia's more notable speaking qualities though, is her balanced approach to the topics placed before her. 

"A sensational speaker, Patricia has her audience engaged from the moment she stands up.
A commanding speaking style is one of her strengths but the researched nature of her information. With technical skills that challenge the best in our industry, Patricia leads several of our forums offering concise and intelligent views with extremely logical summaries."

A truly engaging speaker, Patricia was also instrumental in helping co-create the “Birth of a New Movement" in Canada.

This was a series of collaborative conferences between women suffering from Uterine Fibroids and some key Gynaecologists with an interest in elevating the awareness, education and advocacy of this challenging condition. The authentic patient narrative is so important to such an initiative and this is where Patricia acted both a leader and a passionate speaker at our 2 inaugural events.

The open and honest sharing of her own personal journey, as well as her in-depth understanding of both the clinical and systemic challenges of this chronic condition, was so instrumental in supporting others to share their story.