Rozita Lee

Rozita Lee


Rozita Villanueva Lee is a current Board of Governor member of NaFFAA. Since its inception in 1997, she has held NaFFAA positions as
State Chair, Regional Chair, and National Vice Chair. Her focus was and is to encourage civic engagement among all Fil-Ams in order to experience political empowerment. For many years she also sought equity and recognition for the Filipino World War II Veterans.

She serves as Board member or Consultant to Las Vegas OCA, LV Hawaiian Civic Club, Asian Community Resource Center, Asian Community Development Council, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, Service Employees International Union, APIAVote, and Asian American Justice Center.

Rozita was a former White House Commissioner serving on President Obama’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. She was influential in the appointments of AAPI Judges: Federal, District, and State.

Rozita served as Special Assistant to Civil Rights leader and National Deputy Director of Minority Business Development Agency, William “Bob” Bailey, and was Special Assistant to former Governor of Nevada, the Honorable Bob Miller.

Rozita continues to serve the community and God as the Executive Pastor of Seek Jesus First Ministries, a non-denomination Christian Church. She was ordained in 2015.

She is the widow of Dr. Clifford C. H. Lee with two sons and a daughter, 11 adult grandchildren, and 13 great-grandchildren.