Rebecca King is the Assistant Director of Government Relations at Powers who has expertise in physician workforce issues, insurance reform, and patient advocacy.

Rebecca uses her healthcare and legislative experience to assist clients in lobbying, grassroots advocacy, and coalition building. She engages policymakers at both state and federal levels on policy issues related to access to care, health equity, tort reform, and specialty drug issues.

Prior to joining Powers, Rebecca was a State Affairs Associate for the American College of Surgeons (ACS), where she advocated on behalf of over 87,000 surgeons across all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. Rebecca also served as the Director of Education and Healthcare Relations for the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA), where she oversaw the design and implementation of patient education programming along with federal and state advocacy in the Northeastern region of the United States.

Rebecca graduated from Georgia Southern University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Public Health with a focus on health education and promotion. She also received her Master of Healthcare Administration from Georgia Southern University.

Practice Areas


M.H.A., Georgia Southern University, 2017

B.S.P.H., Georgia Southern University, 2015

Honors & Awards

Co‐Vice Chair, Judy Schneider Fellowship Program

Judy Schneider Fellow