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The Next Stage of My Life

Updated on December 14, 2017
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Jack is currently a volunteer at the Westchester County Archives. Jack has worked at IBM for over 28 years.


Now that I am retired and settled into a live of leisure, I found a new sense of purpose. I decided to help my Alma Mater to restore some of its former glory. I started by helping the Fencing team but now have continued down the path by joining the CCNY Asian Alumni board. My hope is that this will spur some renewed interests by alumni to reconnect with our school and in the process make our school a better place for current students and hopefully future alumni.

- Dec. 2017

My List...

Here are a list of my accomplishments and roles.

  • IBM Engineer
  • Volunteer at the Westchester County Archives
  • Served on the Yorktown Landmark Conservation board for three years
  • Served on the St. Patrick’s Parish Council for 3 years
  • A volunteer in the Aristotle 2000 Big Brother program
  • A hubber on HubPages - an online publishing site
  • One of the co founders of the Friends of CCNY Fencing group
  • A member of the CCNY Asian Alumni Board
  • A member of Fencers Club

My Hobbies and Interests...

Some of my current interests are the following.

History, Writing, photography, reading, music, investing, fencing, cooking and travel.


My current activities are focused on helping my Alma Mater. CCNY was a great institution and now it needs some help to restore to its former glory both in academics and in athletics. There are many alumni out there like my self. All we need is to get the message out.

© 2017 Jack Lee


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      Jack Lee 4 months ago from Yorktown NY

      Thanks Ralph, have a great holiday season.

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      Ralph Schwartz 4 months ago from Idaho Falls, Idaho

      You have a great resume...for retirement. I applaud your willingness to volunteer your time to help those institutions which helped you have a successful career.