Taylor Cowey joined the Wynne Health Group at its founding after two years in the health policy practice of a respected boutique government relations firm based in Washington, D.C. There she developed extensive policy acumen in the federal legislative and regulatory issues that impact a diverse array of stakeholders in the healthcare space. Taylor brings unique expertise in Medicaid policy, state innovation waivers, hospital and provider issues, and the health of women and children.
Prior to joining the Wynne Health Group, Taylor specialized in women’s reproductive health and justice in positions at the National Abortion Federation Hotline Fund and the National Partnership for Women and Families. These experiences afforded a deep understanding of the social determinants and disparities that impact our health and the way we access care – a concept which she strives to carry through in her policy work.
Taylor holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from American University in Washington, D.C., where she had the privilege to lead student delegations to Nepal and India to investigate women’s health in the context of the caste system and the Tibetan Diaspora. She lives in Seattle, Washington.