Meng K. Lee has been a devoted volunteer in Montgomery County for more than 30 years. He started his volunteer “career” as a member of the Board of Directors in a local Chinese School. He joined the Chinese Culture and Community Service Center (CCACC) in 1983 and became involved in community service programs and capacity-building projects for the organization. Since his retirement in 2002, he has become a full-time volunteer and accepted the position of Chairperson of the CCACC Board in 2006. Throughout his career in CCACC, he has been a pioneer and hands-on worker in the initiation of many projects including Pan Asian Volunteer Health Clinic, STOP B project, reorganization of CCACC, and many others. He is currently the Director of Community Services in CCACC. As a leader in the Asian communities, Mr. Lee is particularly sensitive in the needs in health services for minority populations.