Lee Woodruff is a contributor to "CBS This Morning."
Woodruff is the co-founder, with her husband, ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff, of the Bob Woodruff Foundation (ReMIND.org), which assists wounded servicemen and their families with receiving the long-term care they need and helps them successfully reintegrate into their communities. The foundation was established after Bob Woodruff's miraculous recovery from a critical injury he suffered while on assignment in Iraq in 2006.
As co-author of the best-selling book "In an Instant," Lee Woodruff garnered critical acclaim for the compelling and humorous chronicle of her family's journey to recovery. Her second book, "Perfectly Imperfect: A Life in Progress," was published in April 2009. Her first novel will be published in September 2012.
Woodruff has written numerous articles about her family and parenting in magazines such as Health, Parade, Redbook and Ladies Home Journal. As a contributing editor and spokesperson for Family Fun, she has written about health and travel and participated in national and regional broadcasts to discuss various topics on its behalf.
In 2007, she joined ABC's "Good Morning America" as a contributor, reporting on home- and family-related topics. She also speaks to groups nationwide to raise awareness of traumatic brain injury and the sacrifices of our military troops and families.
In addition to freelance writing, Woodruff ran her own public relations and marketing consulting business for 16 years. Before that, she was senior vice president of public relations firm Porter Novelli, and spent a year in Beijing, China, working for communications company Hill & Knowlton.