About Jamal Lee
Jamal Lee realized early on that it was in his DNA to create and build organizations that assist the community and create jobs. His grandfather and father were highly successful entrepreneurs, so Jamal followed in their footsteps and started in film production in the early 2000s. He noticed there were few minorities in the production industry and saw an opportunity while working for the Washington Nationals Baseball Team to provide audiovisual services for all on-field performances. One of the top-level executives asked Jamal if he could handle the sound requirements on the field of RFK Stadium where the Nationals started. At that time, he did not own any equipment but had a "boat-load" of know-how. Jamal said yes to the request, and Breasia Productions was born.
In 2011, Jamal was invited by President Obama to The White House as one of the small businesses that benefited from the Affordable Care Act. After that recognition, he was invited to The White House on numerous occasions. Jamal has also testified multiple times in front of the Maryland State Legislature in favor of health care reform.
Jamal Lee is an active board member of several organizations including the Maryland Citizen's Health Initiative, Small Business Majority Network Council, City of Laurel Community Redevelopment Authority, Maryland Citizen's Health Care Racial Equality Subcommittee, and the Maryland Health Insurance Protection Commission Task Force.
Jamal Lee named the company in honor of two little girls, Brianna and Dasia, and envisions Breasia Productions as a legacy for his girls.