Crystal Lee is a co-founder of the Silicon Valley startup LifeSite. Lee was the first runner-up in the Miss America 2014 pageant, Miss California 2013, Miss Chinatown USA 2010, and Miss California's Outstanding Teen 2008.
|Born:||San Francisco, California, United States|
|Title:||Miss America 2014 First Runner-Up, Miss California 2013, Miss Silicon Valley 2013, Miss South Counties 2012, Miss San Francisco 2011, Miss Chinatown USA 2010, Miss California's Outstanding Teen 2008|
|Awards:||$5,000 STEM Scholarship, Duke of Edinburgh's Award|
|Twitter:||Crystal Lee's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Crystal Lee's Instagram profile|
About Crystal Lee
A long-time beauty contestant, she was the first runner-up in the Miss America pageant in 2014. She and Miss America 2014, Nina Davuluri, are both Asian-American.
She attended Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts and later Stanford University for her bachelor's and master's degrees. In 2008, she was Miss California's Outstanding Teen. She was Miss Chinatown USA in 2010 and Miss California in 2013 before competing at Miss America.
After completing her term as Miss California in 2013 she joined Google as part of their Market Development Team.
Her father is of Chinese descent and her mother is Taiwanese.
Co-host of the Miss America pageant 2014, Lara Spencer, asked her and Nina how they were feeling to both be standing there, as two Asian-American finalists. The two had nothing but pride for the historic moment.
Information related to Crystal Lee
- Miss America's Outstanding Teen delegates
- Miss America 2014 delegates
- Google employees