About Patricia "Jamie" Lee
Patricia Jamie Lee -- Educator & Author
Patricia Jamie Lee is an award-winning author and well-loved presenter. Jamie has an MA in Human Development and is a certified specialist in Developmental Education. Since 1984, she has presented training and workshops to over 10,000 people nationally in core communications with NLP, Family and Organizational Constellation Work, and Developmental Education. She has a passion for applying her special skills to helping Community and Tribal Colleges achieve greater success in providing underprepared students a stronger on-ramp into college level work.
In addition to her training and facilitation skills, Jamie loves living a creative life. She writes both fiction and nonfiction and in 2007 her first novel, Washaka—The Bear Dreamer, was a finalist in the PEN USA Literary Awards. Her short fiction has been published in The South Dakota Review, Winds of Change Magazine, Heartlands Magazine, Byline Magazine and others and she is the author of three nonfiction books on human development.
Patricia Jamie Lee
Patricia “Jamie” Lee
The Genealogy of the Soul, a Personal Guide to Family Constellation Work
See Me Beautiful, Charting a Path to Personal Strength, (2011)
The Lonely Place, Revisioning Adolescence and the Rite of Passage, (2004).
Washaka—The Bear Dreamer, (2006)
Albert’s Manuscript, (2006).
2013-2014 Northwest Technical College, Adjunct Faculty
2004—2009: Foundational Studies Faculty, Oglala Lakota College.
1984-Current: Lee Consulting and Training, owner/director
*Facilitating and mediating change strategies for individuals, nonprofit, and corporate clients
*Conducting strategic planning for organizations/corporations
*Providing individual communications coaching for individuals
*Organizational and Business Communications Consulting
*Designing and facilitating NLP communications programs for schools, businesses, courts, etc.
*Facilitating individual/organizational workshops using systemic constellation work
*Providing conflict management and resolution sessions for organizations, individual, and corporate
MNADE Presenter: When Writing Comes Naturally, Walker, MN, 2014
Keynote Speaker: Hunt Utilities Group / Back to Basics, 2012
Keynote Speaker: Clearwater Forest Presbyterian Women's Retreat, 2012
Keynote Speaker: Sisters Sojourn Women's Event, 2012
Oglala Lakota College Nursing Program / NHLP and Student Learning Outcomes. 2008.
College Reading and Learning Association, Portland, OR / 500 Years Later—The American Indian Student. 2008.
American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) / The Radiant Brain
Oglala Lakota College, Faculty Development Retreat / Brain-Based Learning. 2006.
Anoka-Ramsey Junior College. 1972-73.
Bemidji State University, Bemidji, MN. BS degree in Psychology and English, 1977.
Certified Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), 1983
St. Mary’s University, Minneapolis, MN, MA degree in Human Development, 2003.
Kellogg Developmental Education Institute, Dev Ed Specialist Certification, 2006.
Specialized training in Family Constellation Work with Bert Hellinger, (2000, 2002), Albrect Mahr (2000), Heinz Stark (1998-2000), Bertold Ulsamer (2001), and Gunthard Weber (2002).
Specialized training in structural consulting with Robert Fritz including;
*Fundamentals of Structural Thinking (2002),
*Structural Consulting Certification Program (2002)
Certification Training and Trainer Training in Neurolinguistic Training (NLP), 1985
Of Noble Bearing, Winds of Change Magazine
1991: The Auction, South Dakota Review
1991 The Rice Song, Winds of Change Magazine/ BSU anthology,
1993 A Good Soft Blanket, Bellowing Ark Magazine
2004 The Empress and I, Byline Magazine
2004 The Love Knot, South Dakota Magazine
2005 All My Relatives, Heartlands Magazine
NATIONAL RADIO CREDITS
1991 *The Black Hills: A Lakota Vision produced for KILI Radio
1993 *A Song for Wounded Knee produced for Public Radio International
1993 Timebomb: AIDS in Indian Country produced for KILI FM
1993 *Does Mother Earth Have AIDS? produced for PRI
1994 *The Buddy Red Bow Story produced for PRI
1996-2000 **Oyate Ta Olowan—The Songs of the People, 52-part Native series
1995 *The Search For Indian produced for PRI.
1996 You Got To Have Heart produced for PRI.
1996 In His Name: The Carving of Crazy Horse Mountain produced for PRI.
(Above are all documentary programs. Those marked with asterisks were awarded Golden Reel Awards by the National Federation of Community Broadcasters.)