Maryanne Tomazic (she/her) is a clinical instructor at the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School. She is a public health lawyer, with a focus on health care policy, private health insurance, health care nondiscrimination, and access to gender-affirming and sexual/reproductive health care. Prior to law school, Maryanne worked at the intersection of health care reform and reproductive justice at Raising Women’s Voices (Community Catalyst), served as an elected official on a board of education, and volunteered as an emergency medical technician for many years. Her work is also informed by her experience growing up with immigrant family and her academic training at Boston University School of Law (Health Law), Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health (History and Ethics of Public Health), and Swarthmore College (Biology). She is licensed in New York.