Michaela Boudreaux is a Legislative Analyst at Powers, where she focuses on health and disability policy and advocacy.

Michaela supports the Powers Legislative practice through advocacy and policy efforts in a variety of areas including Medicare, Medicaid, public health, and health care reform. She has extensive knowledge of the legislative process and is skilled at leveraging her strategic communications skills to advance legislative agendas.

Prior to joining Powers, Michaela was a Policy Consultant for Booz Allen Hamilton, where she led the Compensation and Benefits Team and wrote program policy for the Special Compensation for Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (SCAADL) Program. She also served as a Legislative Analyst for Williams & Jensen, PLLC, where she monitored and analyzed legislation and regulation and supported client advocacy events such as Hill days and briefings. She has also held internships with Senator Bill Cassidy and Representative Mike Turner.

Michaela earned her B.A. in Politics from Lake Forest College in 2016 and is currently working towards her master’s in public health from George Washington University.