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Kaye-Alese Green


Kaye-Alese Green


Rappaport Center at Boston College Law School


Rappaport Law and Public Policy Fellow



Rappaport Public Policy Fellows spend 10 weeks each summer serving within the highest levels of state and municipal governments in the Greater Boston Area. The program includes students from graduate and professional programs at local universities.

Graduate School
BU School of Law/BU Schoool of Medicine

Undergraduate School
Unversity of Central Florida (BS/MA)

Paul Hattis (JD/MD); Senior Fellow, Lown Institute, recently retired as Senior Associate Director of the MJPH Program at Tufts Medical School and Faculty Member in Department of Public Health and Community Medicine; co-host of podcast “Health or Consequences” and frequent writer for CommonWealth

Julie Kobick, Asst. AG, Government Bureau, Mass. AG’s Office; Rappaport Center Advisory Board member, 2008 Rappaport Center Fellow.

Attorney General’s Office

Kaye-Alese Green is a 1L and dual JD/MD candidate at Boston University (BU) School of Law and School of Medicine. She received a BS in Psychology and Master’s in Interdisciplinary Studies with a dual concentration in Public Health and Urban Education from the University of Central Florida (UCF). At UCF, she was an NCAA student-athlete and co-captain of the Women’s Volleyball team and a President’s Leadership Council member. Since beginning at Boston University, Green was honored to serve as the inaugural Diversity & Inclusion Fellow for Boston University School of Medicine with a joint appointment as a Visiting Fellow at BU’s Institute of Health Systems Innovation & Policy from 2020-2021. Currently, she is a graduate assistant at Boston University’s Howard Thurman Center for Common Ground and is the incoming president of BU’s Women’s Law Association. This summer, Green will be interning at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office.