Kimberley Benjamin was a fellow at the O’Neill Institute.

Benjamin is interested in the use of law to address noncommunicable diseases and their risk factors, notably unhealthy diets, and tobacco use. Benjamin is also keen on understanding and addressing health governance issues, such as conflicts of interest.

Prior to Georgetown University Law Center, Benjamin worked on various short-term consultancy projects with the Caribbean Court of Justice Academy for Law, the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization, Office of Subregional Program Coordination for the Caribbean, and the Healthy Caribbean Coalition. She also served as an intern at the United Nations Development Program, Subregional Office for Barbados, and the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States.

Benjamin holds an LL.M. in National and Global Health Law from Georgetown University Law Center, where she also obtained a certificate in International Human Rights Law. She also holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, and completed the Legal Education Certificate at the Hugh Wooding Law School. Benjamin also possesses a Masters in Legislative Drafting from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, and a Bachelor of Science in International Business with French and Spanish from Aston University. She is also a Fulbright Scholar.

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