Taylor Cazeault assists clients in a range of policy areas, including trade, energy, financial services, insurance, and tax. Ms. Cazeault helps clients by monitoring and tracking federal legislative and regulatory policy developments, supporting the development of effective advocacy materials, and organizing meetings with members of Congress and agency officials. She plays a central role in the coordination of Capitol Hill advocacy days for clients (including pro bono clients) ranging from small nonprofits to large associations. She focuses on helping clients understand the appropriations process through analyzing and identifying funding and policy opportunities. Ms. Cazeault is a critical member of the group's pro bono policy work; her pro bono clients are focused in healthcare and child welfare. Additionally, Ms. Cazeault has worked with a broad range of other clients, including institutions of higher education, coalitions, small businesses, and nonprofits.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Cazeault worked in women's and family health issues in Nashville, TN and Boston, MA. Ms. Cazeault received her BA in History from Roanoke College.
- BA, History, Legal Studies, Roanoke College, 2012
- *Not admitted to the practice of law
- Member, Women in Government Relations
- Member, The Association of Women in International Trade
- Member, Washington International Trade Association
- Advisor, Chi Omega Fraternity