Lilly F. Scott
Lilly served as an intern at ACG in 2016 and joined the staff at American Continental Group in March 2018. She supports ACG in a variety of issues, with a particular focus on health care.
Before joining ACG, Lilly served on the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee during the repeal and replace efforts of 2017. She gained valuable experience on Senate procedure, assisted in Parliamentarian preliminary arguments, and compiled stakeholder comments that were used by Hill staffers and White House staffers on the eve of the House floor vote. Prior to her work on the Hill, Lilly was an intern for Massachusetts State Governor Charles Baker while enrolled full time at Boston University School of Law. Lilly also worked with Massachusetts State Senator Cynthia Creem on a bill to protect children, families, and firefighters from toxic chemicals in consumer products. In 2016, that bill passed unanimously through the Massachusetts Senate. Aside from her work in government, Lilly was a legal intern for FAIRGirls, an organization that fights against sex trafficking, and served as a volunteer public defender for the state of Maryland.
Lilly graduated The George Washington University in 2014 with honor. She holds a B.A. in English, with minors in both journalism and health. She received her J.D. from Boston University School of Law in 2017, where she concentrated her studies on legislative drafting and state and federal policy. She is admitted to the bar in Colorado.