"Humor therapist" Lee Ezell has an entertaining speaking style that both amuses and informs audiences. Using her background in musical comedy, she enjoys blending humor with truth to make her sessions lively and full of fun, common sense and spiritual sensitivity. Using creative visual aids, Lee specializes in the area of how to improve personal relationships and knowing the difference between "what makes people tick and what makes them ticked!"
Lee's award-winning books have been translated into 14 different languages and have opened the door for a speaking itinerary that wraps around the world. She is the author of The Cinderella Syndrome, Iron Jane, The Missing Piece, Pills for Parents in Pain, Will the Real Me Please Stand Up, What Men Understand about Women, Porcupine People and Finding God When Life's Not Fair. Her wit and wisdom, coupled with her compassion for people, make her a versatile and sought-after speaker.
Lee Ezell has come a long way since her beginnings as a child of alcoholic parents in Philadelphia's inner city. Her heart is full of understanding that bad things do happen to good people, but she encourages them, through their life's struggles, to discover God's enabling power. Today, Lee is an internationally sought-after speaker for schools, conventions and churches of all denominations.