Lilli “Lee” Adams works full time in the country music industry. As VP of National Promotion at Broken Bow Records, she has been part of the successful careers of singers Jason Aldean, Craig Morgan, Dustin Lynch and James Wesley. Lee has been a part of the promotions team for over 10 years, had a hand in 11 #1 songs, and two “songs of the year.”
Donor Girl, written under her given name of Lilli, was inspired after her experience as a living organ donor. In 2006, her sister called to let her know that her husband was on the kidney transplant list, waiting for a kidney. The wait would take 5-7 years and Dave needed it within one year. The family decided to get tested and Lee’s medical tests came back as a match. Lee looked on the internet and in book stores to find books about living organ donors and couldn’t find many. Some members of her medical team and family suggested she write her story.
Lee has just finished her second novel, Unlikely Family, and it is available on Amazon Kindle for just $3.99. This is the story of four teenagers who find themselves alone and homeless due to no fault of their own. They join together and with the help of two adults, form their own unlikely family and make it through adolescence. They overcome adversity to find friendship, success and love.
Lee's first novel, Strawberry Wine, is the story of five friends who grow up together, come of age together and endure a heartache that threatens to tear them apart and destroy the rest of their lives. It’s a story of friendship, forgiveness, and courage.
Lee grew up on the outskirts of Baltimore MD. She graduated from Shippensburg University of PA with a B.A. in Communications; Radio/TV/Journalism. Before joining the record industry, Lee spent ten years working in radio as an on-air personality. She has traveled extensively in the U.S. and also abroad to Australia, Italy, France, London, Canada, and the Caribbean islands. Her hobbies include water skiing, scuba diving, boating, reading, music and martial arts. She is an active member of her church and the Walk to Emmaus community.
Every year since her kidney donation, Lee has spearheaded a benefit to raise money for the University of Maryland’s Living Organ Donor Clinic. This clinic offers free follow up care to the UMMC’s living organ donors. She has also participated in the Baltimore National Kidney Fund Walk and volunteers at the Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland.
Lee has been married since 1989 to Randy Kuhn, owner of Pictures Plus Photography in Waynesboro, PA and O’Roke Photography in Martinsburg, WV.