Lee E. Meadows
Lee E. Meadows is a 3-Time AALBC.com Bestselling Author
Lee E. Meadows is native Detroiter and proud graduate of Northern High. He has a B.A., M.A., and Ph.D from Michigan State University.
Meadows has worked for Michigan State University as an administrator with the University Housing Program, a Supervisor of Training with General Motors, an Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at Lansing Community College, an Assistant Professor of Management at Western Michigan University, a Manager of Organizational Learning for the Kellogg foundation, a Senior Consultant of Organizational Change with EDS and an Associate Consultant with A.T.Kearney. He is an avid reader, completing as many as a hundred books a year. He loves mysteries.
His corporate presentations are entertaining, thought provoking, and well received. Dr. Meadows teaches leadership and management at Walsh College, an independent business college located in Troy, Michigan. He writes a monthly business column for the Oakland Business Review and the Ann Arbor Business Review. He is also a guest columnist for the Michigan Front Page and is a “Career Tips” commentator for the Detroit News. Lee is also the author of several business management articles and the Detroit-based mystery series featuring private investigator Lincoln Keller. He is married to Dr. Phyllis Meadows and they have a son, Garrison, with whom there is never a “lull” moment!
In the late 1990’s Lee Meadows hosted a weekly radio program on WPON in Detroit called "The Book Beat". Dr. Meadows program included interviews of our favorite African American Authors—some of them at the beginning of their careers. To hear some of these wonderful interviews visit
Lee Meadows has interviewed many authors on “The Book Beat” radio program, which formerly broadcast on Detroit’s WPON 1460 AM:
Read some background information on how these interviews were made possible.
- Evelyn Coleman, April 20, 1998
- J. California Cooper, January 18, 1999
- Eric Jerome Dickey, January 25, 1999
- Tananarive Due, November 4, 1998
- Lolita Files, February 4, 1999
- Linda Dominique Grosvenor, Late 1998
- Hunter Hayes, January 11, 1999
- Troy Johnson, February 4, 1999
- William July II, January 11, 1999
- Renee Killingsworth, Mid 1999
- Lisa Saxton, March 20, 1998
- Camika C. Spencer, April 12, 1999
- Baba Ur Deon-Solek (Roger M. Davis), Mid 1999
- Delores Thornton, January 4, 1999
- Omar Tyree, October 12, 1998