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Kealey was born in England and grew up in Wisconsin. She graduated in 2016 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a B.A. in Political Science, World History, and International Studies and a minor in Global Health. After college, Kealey served as a community health education volunteer with the Peace Corps in Jinotega, Nicaragua. During her service, she partnered with the Nicaraguan Ministry of Health and local “brigadista” networks to coordinate workshops for teens and pregnant women on sexual health, maternal/child health, sexual diversity, and HIV prevention.

After returning to the United States, she worked as the San Francisco Program Manager at Operation Access, a nonprofit organization that works towards healthcare equity in the Bay Area. Kealey is fluent in Spanish and hopes to advance her studies in French and Arabic throughout her legal education and career. She is excited to join Georgetown Law’s international community to pursue her interests in human rights and public international law.