Yeu-Tsu Margaret Lee, MD 61
“The education and training I received at Harvard have enabled me to have a career and to serve humanity,” she says. Lee, who is now semi-retired from surgery, has traveled the world on medical missions—including Ghana and Honduras––and several times a year, she serves as a Visiting Professor of Surgery at Tzu-Chi Buddhist University in Taiwan.
Lee has made a $250,000 charitable gift annuity to the School. Making a CGA was a smart financial planning decision on her part, but it also allows her to return the largesse she was given.
“I received scholarships and loans during my four years of medical school,” she says. “It’s time and I am glad I can give back to help current and future students.”
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