Quincy Jones was a summer intern at the O’Neill institute.

Prior to joining O’Neill, Jones worked as a lecturer at the University of Guyana College of Medical Science and as a policy and data analysis consultant at HESC. As a data analyst consultant, he led an in-depth national analysis of violence against women and children for UNICEF Guyana. Bridging data analytics and policy, he led the drafting of Guyana’s National Child Labour Policy after a series of preliminary consultancies that required the aggregation and updating of information on the status of child labor in Guyana.

Jones has also headed the national mapping of juvenile drug referral and related services and the drafting of Guyana’s national interagency “Policies and Protocol for Attending to a Child Found in Possession of Drugs in Schools.”

He is a 2016 Chevening Scholar and holds a medical degree from the Latin American School of Medicine in Havana, Cuba.

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