Associate Policy Analyst
Kapria Lee is an Associate Policy Analyst at Chapin Hall. She is working on the Illinois Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative supporting the policy analysis and best practices work for this project. Additionally, she is working to support Chapin’s work in Maine focused on designing a framework for mental health prevention programs across the state.
Prior to her role at Chapin Hall, Lee was a legislative analyst for Virginia, where she conducted research and developed policy recommendations to address state issues. She supported reports on affordable housing, marijuana legalization, and Virginia’s juvenile justice system. She was also a Florida Gubernatorial Fellow in Medicaid policy, where she conducted research and analysis on various projects, including reviewing Medicaid agency mandates outlined in the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act. She is also an AmeriCorps alum.
Lee received her Master of Social Work and Master of Public Administration from Florida State University and Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Language, Literature, and Culture from the University of Maryland, College Park.
She will be pursuing her PhD in Public Policy and Administration at Virginia Commonwealth University in Fall 2022.
Master of Social Work, Florida State University
Master of Public Administration, Florida State University
Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Language, Literature, and Culture, University of Maryland, College Park