Speaker, Moderator, Emcee
May Lee is an experienced speaker who has taken part in major events around the world to share her journalistic background as well as her experiences as a female entrepreneur and author. She has also emceed a variety of events for large corporations, cultural events and charitable organizations. May also has moderated many high-profile panels with prominent political, economic, social and cultural leaders.
Hosting & Reportage
May Lee has been anchoring, hosting and reporting for broadcast outlets around the world for more than 25 years. Her vast experience includes being the lead anchor of nightly news programs on CNN and CNBC as well as hosting talk shows for Oprah Winfrey's Oxygen Media and CCTV. May has reported on some of the biggest world events including 911, the Sarin Gas Attack in Japan, the Hong Kong Handover, the 2016 U.S. Presidential election and its continued aftermath. May also covers the world of entertainment and regularly reports from the red carpet of the Oscars, Golden Globes and Emmys.
Lotus Media House, founded in 2007, is a full service production house based in Los Angeles, CA. The boutique media and consulting firm has produced original programs as well as creative video shorts for major media outlets as well as corporate clients. LMH works with the most experienced, creative and committed producers, videographers, editors and writers that will take projects from initial concept generation, through an inclusive approval process, and all phases of production and post-production to bring our client’s vision and story to life.
Media Consulting & Training
Lotus Media House provides media consulting services to clients in need of developing solid media strategies and materials in order to elevate and maximize their profile. With years of first-hand media experience, LMH understands what the press wants and how to pitch the right stories and images. LMH also provides media training to prepare individuals to face the press at an optimal level. Training involves analysis of current presentation skills, specific voice and body work to be a more effective interviewee and speaker, and mock interviews (variety) done on camera followed by analysis of performances.