is a strategist and regulatory advisor who works at the intersection of law, policy, and politics to develop and implement creative solutions for Tusk portfolio companies to achieve their mission, including engagements in the healthcare, technology, education, and food and beverage sectors.
Her experience includes strategic regulatory counsel to help companies advance statutory and regulatory policy, craft cohesive messaging, build strategic partnerships, and facilitate stakeholder outreach.
Quinn is a healthcare policy expert and regularly speaks on telehealth policy, including testimony before legislative and regulatory bodies. She also serves as an advisor to the American Telemedicine Association and was appointed to the Uniform Law Commission (ULC), where she served as the Vice-Chair on the ULC’s Committee on Telehealth.
Prior to joining Tusk, Quinn was a litigation associate at two major international law firms and conducted public opinion research. She earned her J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (Boalt Hall), received her B.A. from Santa Clara University, and also studied at Oxford University.