Co-Founder, Rescuing Leftover Cuisine
Robert Lee (USA) is a Gates Millennium Scholar who graduated cum laude from New York University. Coming from a humble background, he is committed to doing all he can to help those in need. At NYU, Robert worked on a club called Two Birds One Stone which delivers leftover dining hall food to homeless shelters. Over the four years that Robert was a part of this organization, he learned best practices of operations in delivering food, fostered relationships within the industry, and honed volunteer management skills. During Robert’s three years as president, he has helped the organization receive the NYU Green Grant for the best green initiative on campus and led volunteers to deliver over 12,000 pounds of food. After graduating, Robert worked at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. before continuing his passion of helping the hungry and reducing food waste by co-founding Rescuing Leftover Cuisine, Inc.