May Lee is available for speeches, seminars, moderating, hosting, emceeing, media consulting and training. She also provides customized workshops and lectures on DEI issues using advanced research and data for schools, corporations and organizations.
Lotus Media House also provides video production services, long and short formats, for all media platforms. Media consulting in the form of strategy building and one-on-one training is also provided by LMH.
MAKE AN IMPACT
Lotus Media House (LMH) first launched in 2007 in Singapore as a start-up production company focusing on creating original, unique content for Asia and beyond. At the helm was and still is international journalist May Lee. She chose the lotus as the symbol for her company because of its deep and significant meaning in Asia. The lotus flower grows in what, seemingly, are adverse conditions such as murky swamps and yet, the most beautiful flower rises unstained. The lotus stem, too, is unique for it can bend with the strongest of winds and never break. May saw the lotus as the perfect symbol of a woman...resilient, strong, unbreakable and beautiful.
Based on that symbol, May brought her vision to develop a talk show that celebrated the "Modern Woman of Asia" to life. LMH produced "The May Lee Show", the first pan-Asia talk show for women. The program aired throughout Asia and parts of the Middle East on STAR TV. It then got a second life on Hallmark Channel and was rebranded as "Faces and Places with May Lee".
LMH has and continues to work with various corporations and organizations, both for profit and not-for-profit, as a media and DEI consultant, trainer and educator. Clients include Coca-Cola, Micron, Medtronic, East West Center, Scan Health, and Hate is a Virus.
LMH currently produces a second iteration of “The May Lee Show”, a vodcast (video-podcast) focused on Asian and Asian American issues and stories. The program launched in early 2020 and has since become a well-recognized platform for AANHPIs to be inspired and empowered, especially in the face of Anti-Asian Hate.
May Lee is also a respected educator focusing on preparing the journalists and communication experts of the future by teaching multiple undergraduate and graduate courses at USC Annenberg. She has also developed an original course on AANHPI history and the media as well as an on-air broadcasting workshop that provides hands on training in anchoring, hosting, voice work and in-person presentations.
In July of 2021, May was honored by Forbes and featured on the "50 Over 50 Impact List", spotlighting women over the age of 50 who are leaving a positive and lasting impact on the world. In April of 2022, May was named one of "50 Unsung Heroes" by Asian Hustle Network.