WASHINGTON, Jan. 28, 2020 — King & Spalding today announced that Scott Dziengelski has joined the firm’s Government Matters practice as a consultant in the Washington, D.C., office.
Dziengelski has a decade of experience in creating and communicating policy agendas, developing new coalitions and coordinating diverse interests. He will work on legislative issues for clients of the FDA and Life Sciences team, which is part of the Government Matters practice. Most recently, Dziengelski held the role of director of policy and regulatory affairs at the National Association for Behavioral Healthcare. Prior to that, he was a legislative assistant and then legislative director for then-Congressman Tim Murphy of Pennsylvania. Dziengelski obtained his bachelor’s degree from American University.
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