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    • M.P.P., George Mason University, 2016, Schar School of Policy and Government
    • B.A., University of Pittsburgh, 2011

With extensive experience in public policy, federal and state legislative affairs, and regulatory affairs, Rachel Feinstein has an excellent understanding of the legislative process and the impact public policy has on businesses, large and small. She is committed to providing clients with a holistic and interdisciplinary approach to help solve their individual, legislative and legal challenges.

In the past, Rachel worked at the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association (HPBA), the national trade association representing manufacturers and retailers and all parts of the industry. During her tenure, Rachel worked to successfully secure a federal tax credit for efficient wood and pellet stoves. She also managed the associations grassroots network and organized facility tours with association members and Members of Congress. Prior to HPBA, Rachel was a constituent services intern in the office of U.S. Senator Arlen Specter (Pennsylvania). Rachel’s Master of Public Policy studies focused on health and medical policy with particular attention paid to telehealth, electronic health records, and physician quality reporting measures. Her understanding of legislative strategies, communications, and advocacy help to make her an effective advocate for her clients and advance the legislative goals of their organization.