Lee Sentes works with organizations to strategize, take advantage of change, and prove impact. Lee has worked with and alongside hundreds of non-government organizations in a variety of contexts, living and working in seven countries since 1996. Much of his work between 1999 and 2010 involved working with international development NGOs, either as staff, or in partnership in developing countries. Lee helped found Development Action in New Zealand in 2010 and moved the company to Canada in 2012. His work within Development Action has been varied, including conducting program evaluations, providing monitoring and evaluation advice to government Ministries, and undertaking independent research through FOI requests. Lee has advised on many funding applications and community development projects. His other work hats include acting as Associate Faculty at Royal Roads University, volunteering with NetSquared Victoria, and founding the local Victoria chapter of Doing Good For Nothing.