Sandra Lee Bio
Sandra Lee is a multiple Emmy Award winner, an internationally acclaimed food and lifestyle expert, and a contributor on Good Morning America. During her career she has been the creator and host of numerous television series on Food Network, Cooking Channel, HGTV and Great American Country. She has written 27 books, including a novel titled The Recipe Box and a memoir titled Made From Scratch. She is known for her charitable work and was the recipient of the President’s Volunteer Service Award and the prestigious Ellis Island Medal of Honor. She is one of three founding board members of UNICEF’s Los Angeles chapter and was recently named a spokesperson for Stand Up To Cancer. For the last decade, Sandra has served as the national spokesperson for No Kid Hungry, and she works nationally with Meals on Wheels, Food Banks across America, The Elton John Aids Foundation, God’s Love We Deliver and sister affiliate Project Angel Food, as well as The Central Park Conservancy. In 2015, after she was diagnosed with early stage breast cancer and shared the news of her double mastectomy, Sandra was recognized by the Congressional Families Cancer Prevention Program for sharing her message across her personal and professional platforms. Sandra was honored on Capitol Hill with the Excellence in Cancer Awareness Award, and in 2016 she received the Spirit of Life Award from City of Hope.