Jeremy Scott is a Senior Director of Government Affairs in the Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville Legislative Practice, where he focuses on health care policy and representing the interests of nonprofit, advocacy and health organizations.
He has extensive experience in and knowledge of the federal public policymaking and legislative and regulatory processes, strategic planning initiatives, and advocacy campaigns. Jeremy is particularly skilled at knowing and monitoring the federal landscape and alerting clients to potential opportunities or threats to their business or mission.
Jeremy works with clients to establish and strengthen relationships with elected officials and federal agencies, develop and implement innovative government relations and advocacy programs, craft effective grassroots campaigns, establish coalitions and third-party stakeholder partnerships, and affect the outcomes of appropriations measures, authorizing legislation and federal regulatory actions. Jeremy is particularly skilled in creating innovative messaging, tactics, and materials in support of his clients’ policy goals. He helps his clients by bringing traditional and nontraditional partners to the table in support of common goals, fostering relationships with members of Congress and their staff, and collaborating with the administration and federal agencies.
Prior to joining Powers, Jeremy was Senior Vice President for the District Policy Group, a team within the Government and Regulatory Affairs Practice of Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, where he counseled clients on various policy and advocacy issues, including advancing authorization legislation, securing federal appropriations support for programmatic funding increases, and working with federal agencies on the implementation of legislation or proposed rules,
Before his time with Drinker Biddle, Jeremy was the director of public policy for the Tourette Association of America (formerly known as the Tourette Syndrome Association), where he directed and managed the organization's Washington, D.C., office. Jeremy was responsible for advocating TAA's legislative agenda on Capitol Hill and before federal agencies. He also gathered grassroots support for legislative issues, including the inclusion of Tourette Syndrome as a disability in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
In addition, Jeremy worked as a legislative associate with Kinghorn Hilbert & Associates, LLC, (formerly known as Kinghorn & Associates) a government consulting firm in Washington, D.C., where he served as an advocate/client counselor on behalf of various defense contractors and trade associations. Before his position with Kinghorn Hilbert & Associates, Jeremy worked as a legislative correspondent and staff assistant for Senator Mike DeWine (R-Ohio), focusing primarily on health issues related to managed care, Medicare, Medicaid and appropriations.
HONORS & AWARDS
2010 Harold Seidman Thesis Award