Inspired by her university mentor, literacy crusader Dr Jo Stanchfield, June Imada Lee developed a passion for raising readers, writers and thinkers.

As President of the Society for Reading and Literacy (Singapore), June helped organise the first Asian Reading Congress, as well as the Visiting Authors Programme, which took American children’s authors such as Jack Gantos and Paula Danziger on a tour of primary schools in Singapore.

In 1997, June co-founded LiteracyPlus. The company quickly became an enrichment provider trusted by HODs for quality programmes and reliable service. To date, it has touched the lives and minds of over 185,000 students in 185 schools islandwide.

2006 marked the opening of the LiteracyPlus Enrichment Centre, where lessons are conducted in small classes and a warm, nurturing environment. As always, programmes are supported by solid curriculum and dedicated, qualified teachers.

Just as how one teacher made a great impact on her life, June hopes to do the same at LiteracyPlus, by helping students discover worlds beyond the classroom and unleashing their potential.








Founder and Director of LiteracyPlus

June Imada Lee

Founder & Director

June grew up in Hawaii and pursued her studies in California, where she earned a B.A. (English), an M.Ed., a Reading Specialist Credential and a K–12 Teaching Credential. She specialises in phonics, reading and writing and, for the past 30 years, has taught pupils ranging from 5 to 17 years of age. June is a former President of the Society for Reading and Literacy (Singapore), and has conducted numerous talks and workshops on literacy for parents and teachers.

LiteracyPlus Director

Edward Lee


Edward spent his early years in Hong Kong. His family then moved to Singapore and were among the early industrialists in the nascent city-state. Edward completed his university studies in the US, earning a B.A. (Mathematics) and an M.B.A.. With extensive management experience in investments and manufacturing, he brings his know-how to LiteracyPlus with a view to delivering first-rate service and making a positive impact on the lives of students, parents, teachers and staff.