Caroline Moffatt is a summer legal intern with the Center for Transformational Health Law at the O’Neill Institute.

Prior to the O’Neill Institute, Moffatt worked in consulting, specializing in technology environment management for companies bidding on government contracts. She focused on national security and pandemic responsiveness. Her prior experience also includes positions on Capitol Hill and in crisis management.

Moffatt is currently a law student at Georgetown University Law Center.

She holds a Bachelor of Science in foreign service from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, where she majored in international politics with a specialization in international law. She wrote her thesis on health care lobbying by religious groups in secular democracies as part of an honors certificate in religion ethics and world affairs at Georgetown University’s Berkeley Center. Moffatt also received a minor in French and was a member of Georgetown University’s Division I women’s rowing team.

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