Starr Roberson is the Program Coordinator at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, where she helps facilitate the smooth functioning of its initiatives and supports the operations of the O’Neill Institute as a whole. Additionally, Starr will focus on the COVID Law Lab project and serve as a primary representative and administrative coordinator for the O’Neill Institute’s Addiction & Public Policy Initiative (including key support for the newly launching, cross-campus Masters in Addiction and Public Policy).
Before joining the O’Neill Institute, Starr spent 15 plus years as an Executive Administrative professional working in major cities such as New York City, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. Her work coverage ranged from the Entertainment to Federal Governmental sectors, providing her with the ability to wear many hats. She has become very resourceful and has acquired a very diverse set of skills.
Starr is currently finishing her Bachelor of Liberal Arts with a Communication degree concentration at Georgetown’s School of Continuing Studies. Upon completion, she plans to use her prior professional experience and education as a resource to continue to help unserved individuals—one person at a time.