Kamaria Lee earned her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Harvard University in 2016. She also took extensive coursework on Global Health and Health Policy and Spanish. While at Harvard, she received qualitative methods training and worked as a research assistant in the Department of Sociology, analyzing interviews about women’s health issues in El Salvador. After graduation, she briefly traveled to El Salvador to conduct additional interviews for the research project. Kamaria is contributing her qualitative research experience and Spanish-speaking abilities to CanSORT as a research assistant until she attends medical school in Fall 2017; she hopes to become a radiation oncologist. Her career goal as well as her research interests in health disparities and women’s health brought her to CanSORT. She also assists with administrative tasks, such as manuscript submissions.