Carly Sincavitch focuses her work in a variety of policy areas, including education, energy and environmental, food and nutrition, and appropriations. She monitors policy developments and conducts research to assist clients in the development of strategic plans to engage with key stakeholders in Congress and the Executive branch. Ms. Sincavitch advises clients on a range of legislative and regulatory matters related to education, energy, and environmental policy issues, including those related to child care and early learning, federal financial aid, food and nutrition, vehicle electrification, and environmental regulatory developments. During the COVID-19 crisis, Ms. Sincavitch has been engaged in helping new and existing clients seek specific legislative relief in Congress and the Executive branch.
Prior to joining Arnold & Porter, Ms. Sincavitch gained valuable experience in healthcare policy and government affairs. She worked for a nonprofit organization as a healthcare affairs intern. In this role, she worked primarily on issues regarding rare pediatric diseases and cancers while engaging directly with congressional staff. She also served as an intern for Congressman Tom Rice (R-SC). Ms. Sincavitch received a BA in Philosophy as well as a BA in Political Science from Clemson University.
- BA, Philosophy and Political Science, Clemson University, 2020, magna cum laude
- *Not admitted to the practice of law
Member, Personal and Professional Development Committee, Women in Government Relations
Member, Education Task Force, Women in Government Relations
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