WHERE I COME FROM
Rodney Lee has always been intrigued with all levels of the American legal system beginning with his high school debate team to acquiring a Bachelors of Science degree in Legal Studies and accredited as a paralegal from Texas Wesleyan University. He is also a graduate of the University of North Texas-Denton where he acquired his Masters degree in Educational Leadership.
Born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, Rodney has been married for 33 years to his wife Kathy and they have two children: Thomas and Kelly. He enjoys golfing, teaching, and traveling with his family.
A THRIVING CAREER
Lee is a district attendance officer for Arlington Independent School District. He works vigorously with school administrators, legal professionals, and parents in order to devise strategies that help students from all walks of life to remain in school and to graduate. He also works as an adjunct instructor at Tarrant County College Northwest campus.
He is a retired Tarrant County Juvenile Probation Officer and a disabled veteran retired from the United States Navy Reserve after 22 years of service in which he served as a certified military ordinance instructor and military police officer.
He is a member of the Inspiring Temple of Praise Church in Fort Worth were he serves on the Board and he is a former Board member of the Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention in Fort Worth
Lee is passionate about shaping our youth who are our leaders of tomorrow. He will certainly lead the community with a spirit of honesty, integrity and justice for those he serves.