Jacqueline Orfield is a member of the firm’s Public Policy Strategic Advocacy Practice, where she helps clients develop strategies to steer them through the legislative process and achieve their goals. Prior to becoming a public policy specialist, she served as a public policy intern at the firm, during which she analyzed congressional hearings and legislation regarding a variety of issue areas. Prior to joining the firm, Jacqueline held internships centered on health policy, at both the Children’s Hospital Association and 340B Health.
Jacqueline is a graduate of the George Washington University (GW), where she studied international affairs and global public health. While at GW, she spent a semester in southern Germany studying the politics of the European Union and European immigration policy.
Prior to joining the firm as a public policy specialist, Jacqueline interned for the Children’s Hospital Association in Washington DC, where she carried out policy analysis of federal and state regulations related to Medicaid, private insurance and other healthcare issues. She also served as a core planning team member for the organization’s annual Capitol Hill fly-in, responsible for both operational planning and media strategy.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jacqueline Orfield