About the Foundation/

The Jodi Lee Foundation was established in honour of Jodi Lee, who lost her battle with bowel cancer at age 41.

Our mission is to empower people to take active steps to prevent bowel cancer and live healthy lives. We do this through a number of national initiatives that encourage Australians to screen regularly, know their family history, act quickly on symptoms and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

  • Events and awareness campaigns to educate people about bowel cancer, prevention and the importance of early detection.
  • Our Workplace Prevention Program that allows businesses to educate their workforce about bowel cancer and provide them with simple screening tests to be completed in the privacy of their own home.
  • Tools to aid the early detection of bowel cancer, such as Know Your Risk – a website that allows people to record their family history of bowel cancer and provides them with an assessment on their risk of developing the disease.

Our values

  • We are passionate about preventing bowel cancer
  • We think creatively and thrive on challenges
  • We work efficiently and effectively
  • We treat people with respect and empathy
  • We trust each other
  • We communicate
  • We strive for growth and improvement

Our People/

 Kathryn Quintel 


 Sonia Mir 

 Marketing Manager 

 Elissa O’Donohue 

 Event Manager 

 Catherine Spencer 

 Corporate Partnerships Manager 

 Michelle Dunstone 

 Management Accountant 

 Maddie Galloway 

 Marketing Assistant 

 Kiana Kasraee 

 Assistant Accountant 

Our Board/

 Nick Lee 

 Founder & Chair 

 Tiffany Young 


 Tania Carey 


 Andrew Luck 


Our Ambassadors/

 Dayne Beams 


 Kate Freebairn 


 Levi Casboult 


 Brenton Ragless 


 Graeme Goodings 


 Jessica Trengove 


 Isaac Heeney 


 Scott Thompson 


 Tahlia Pretty 


Our Partners/