Laura Johnson provides strategic advice and policy analysis that helps clients frame legislative and regulatory debates and advance their public policy agendas related to early education, higher education and health care issues.
She advocates on behalf of an array of education and health care interests, including colleges and universities, providers of early education, physician organizations, academic medical centers, health insurers, pharmaceutical and biotech companies and other health care organizations with regard to federal health care programs and policies.
Laura holds her master’s degree in public policy from George Mason University, with a concentration in social policy. She focused her studies on education and health care policy, and completed her degree while working at Brownstein.
Prior to Brownstein, Laura worked on several Democratic political campaigns, did a year of AmeriCorps service with the Girl Scouts and started her political career on the Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee under Chairman Ted Kennedy (D-MA).