2018 Program Assistant, Domestic Policy
Allison Lee was a FCNL Young Fellow from 2018-2019. She worked alongside José Woss on criminal justice reform, campaign finance reform (election integrity), and police militarization. Her primary responsibilities included lobbying members of Congress, writing policy updates, and conducting legislative research. She has always been very passionate about dismantling systems that promote racial disparities.
Allison was born and raised in central Florida. She earned her B.A. in Political Science from Bethune-Cookman University, where she was active in Student Government Association, NAACP, and various other organizations that allowed her to serve both her student body and her local community. Prior to joining FCNL, Allison interned at the New York State Supreme Court under Justice Laura Visitacion-Lewis and the Law Office of Kareem Vessup, where she assisted with civil rights cases.
When she’s not working or studying, Allison enjoys reading, brunch, watching movies, and spending an excessive amount of time on twitter.