Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids Youth Advocacy Associate
Position: Youth Advocacy Associate
Organization: Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Michelle Lee has been involved in tobacco control for the past several years. She has spent time at state and local health departments working on several public health issues including tobacco control, where she evaluated workplace tobacco control policies, analyzed the correlation between youth tobacco use and a variety of health and demographic factors, and assessed the tobacco industry’s manipulative marketing tactics in communities. Throughout her work in tobacco control, she has consistently seen the value of the presence of youth and understands their vital role in the success of the tobacco control movement.
Michelle is currently a Youth Advocacy Program Associate at the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids where she provides programmatic support to ensure the successful execution of the Youth Advocacy team’s programs and projects, including Kick Butts Day and the Youth Engagement Alliance. Michelle is from Springfield, Virginia and received her Master of Public Health degree in Epidemiology from George Mason University.