Scott Centorino is the Deputy Policy Director at the Foundation for Government Accountability, where he focuses on welfare and health care reform policies that promote opportunity for more Americans.
Prior to joining FGA, Scott served as an Assistant Attorney General with the Louisiana Department of Justice, representing the Department of Health, the Department of Children and Family Services, and the Department of Corrections, among other state entities. Scott is also a Captain in the United States Army Reserve, serving as a Judge Advocate in the JAG Corps. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Politics from Washington and Lee University and received his Juris Doctor from Wake Forest University School of Law.
The power of work to change the trajectory of not just one life, but generations to follow, fuels his desire to ensure America remains the land of opportunity and freedom.
When Scott’s not reading about public policy, you can find him hiking in western Virginia or scouting minor league baseball games. He lives in Lexington, Virginia with his wife, Sarah, and son, Graham.DOWNLOAD BIO SHEET
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