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Abbey Lee Hallett
Abbey Lee Hallett

Abbey Lee Hallett

Kingston , ON
Abbey Lee Hallett is from the small town of Bowmanville, Ontario, but currently resides in Kingston, Ontario, where she first began her mental health advocacy journey. As a former student at Queen’s University, Abbey Lee worked on campus as a peer supporter and shift leader at the Peer Support Centre, where she provided confidential, nonjudgmental support and resource referral to fellow students. This interest in supporting others led her to join her university’s Jack Chapter, where she then went on to volunteer and participate in Jack Ride 2020 and begin her training as a Jack Talks speaker. Abbey Lee is particularly interested in advocating for equitable access to healthcare, intersectional mental health services, and mental health literacy. When she’s not working at Jack.org, Abbey Lee can be found trying to memorize the Hamilton soundtrack, watching Merlin or any movie/show with Tom Hiddleston, or tending to her dog Dez’s every need.