Dasie Lee began her love in radio at the ripe age of 9, by recording her first commercial. As a child this little flower blossomed her career not many years later. Her love for the air waves, music, and people lead her to her first on air position in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. She then relocated to Denver, Colorado where she landed her first big morning show position. Her career grew and she also began co anchoring for local morning television station after her radio shift. She then added modeling, product management, and voiceover productions. She took a "retirement break" break from her career to raise her family. She has 2 girls who are very athletic and excel in their sports. They also have a love for music.
She has dabbled in radio over the past ten years as well as come out of retirement. Some of the dabbling included a piece called "SportsMom" where she covered the Little League World Series from a "mom's point of view" including coverage of the games on social media as well. She collaborated with Tom Morgan for five years on this project, after mentioning to a few colleagues that I wanted to come out of retirement I was offered to return to a permanent time slot on Mix 96.7 in Union City, Pennsylvania. While with Mix 96.7 she mostly enjoyed live weekend broadcasts. She was then offered a position Hall of Fame Radio. She loves interacting with the public doing live broadcasts and interviews. She has interviewed many artists national and local live both on camera and on air. Other than Hall of Fame Radio she works with Pennsylvania Pipeline Music TV and interviews musicians on camera, is a team member of Backyard Broadcasting on 107.9 Hot and is involved with the nonprofit Mary's Angels Association where she recently hosted Battle of The Bands 2. She also has been honored to have been asked by Joe Martelle of Boston to participate in his newest book Radio Pro.
She has a passion for life that she shares with her many friends.