Annaloy Lee was a 2023 summer intern at the O’Neill Institute. 

Lee has an interest in healthcare accessibility and noncommunicable diseases. 

Prior to joining O’Neill, Lee was a summer research associate at a Jamaican advocacy group, which aims to reduce paternal absenteeism. Her role has since expanded to being a policy officer of that group, where she oversees organizational compliance with local laws and ensures that position papers are posted to the joint select committee. Lee has also volunteered at the main hospital in her parish as a medical records clerk and in the medical outpatient clinic. 

Lee won the Faculty of Law, UWI, Mona, International Law Moot Court Competition. 

Lee holds an Associate of Science Degree in natural sciences and completed her Bachelor of Laws (LLB) at the University of the West Indies Mona. 

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