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Washington D.C.

Connecting Members with a Respected Voice


A respected voice in federal government, Biocom’s Washington, D.C. office works with public officials and community stakeholders to help create a legislative and regulatory environment that supports the life science industry of California. Learn about our Federal Policy Priorities here.

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Biocom creates valuable networks that accelerate member success in Washington, D.C. through a variety of programs, including advocacy fly-ins, personalized meetings with congressional offices, educational briefings, expert committees, and networking events.

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Washington, D.C. Team

Brittany Blocker
Manager of Regulatory Affairs
Brittany Blocker
Manager of Regulatory Affairs — Washington D.C.

Brittany oversees Biocom’s regulatory initiatives and monitors and responds to guidance and rulemaking documents. She is Biocom’s point of contact for federal agencies including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Brittany has experience as a biotechnology Regulatory Affairs Associate, holds a Regulatory Affairs Certificate from the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society (RAPS), a BBA in Legal Studies in Business from Temple University and is pursuing a dual Master’s degree in Biotechnology Management.

Personal Interests:

  • Concerts
  • Redskins and Wizards games
  • Brunch at favorite restaurants
Laure Fabrega
Director of Federal Policy and Government Affairs
Laure Fabrega
Director of Federal Policy and Government Affairs — Washington D.C.

Laure oversees Biocom’s Washington DC office, which she opened in 2013 to advance the interests of Biocom members in our nation’s capital. She is responsible for managing and implementing Biocom’s federal policy agenda and proactively lobbying federal officials.

Laure served five years in the U.S. House of Representatives, overseeing healthcare policy. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Master’s in Public Affairs and Political Communication from Sciences Po Bordeaux. She also graduated from the Institute on Business and Government Affairs at Georgetown University.

Personal Interests:

  • Politics
  • Traveling
  • Family and friends time

Public Policy

Biocom drives advocacy and public policy initiatives on behalf of the California life science industry. Since its founding in 1995, Biocom has emerged as the most respected voice in regional government, the State Capitol, and Washington, D.C. by leveraging several proprietary programs and committees to encourage public officials to pass legislation that is positive to the California life science industry, while working to defeat proposals that would be detrimental.

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