Project Associate, Child and Family Well-Being
Kapria Lee is the Project Associate for Child and Family Well-Being at the American Public Human Services Association (APHSA). Kapria brings a wide range of experience to APHSA, with most of her worked centered on improving government processes, programs, and systems through research and policy analysis. Her past work includes serving as a key analyst for redesigning Illinois’ children’s mental health system and examining best practices for implementing well-being service arrays. Kapria was also a Legislative Analyst conducting research for the Virginia General Assembly and a Florida Gubernatorial Fellow in Florida’s Bureau of Medicaid Policy, where she supported projects such as the implementation of the SUPPORT Act, aimed at addressing the opioid epidemic.
Kapria holds master’s degrees in social work and public administration and a bachelor’s degree in Spanish language, literature, and culture.