Dayeon Lee

Founder/Director, Women in Health Network

Dayeon is completing a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Auckland, working towards a career in global health development rooted in medical expertise.

Dayeon’s degree is complemented by a diverse background centred around social justice.

As the Founder/Director at Women in Health Network, Dayeon manages an executive of fourteen upcoming health professionals aiming to enable women to have a fair, fulfilling experience in the health sector.

Additionally, as the Auckland President at the civics educations charity UN Youth New Zealand, Dayeon works with nine council members to enhance the local and global citizenship of young rangatahi in the wider Tāmaki Makaurau region.