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Noam Yossefy


Noam Yossefy


Rappaport Center at Boston College Law School


Rappaport Law and Public Policy Fellow



Rappaport Public Policy Fellows spend 10 weeks each summer serving within the highest levels of state and municipal governments in the Greater Boston Area. The program includes students from graduate and professional programs at local universities.

Graduate School
Suffolk Law School/Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (MPH)

Undergraduate School
Skidmore College

Michael Caljouw, VP, BCBS of Mass.; Rappaport Center Advisory Board member

Maia BrodyField, Administration and Strategic Initiatives Officer, BCBS Foundation

Office of State Senator Jo Comerford

Noam Yossefy is a 1L at Suffolk University Law School and is interested in pursuing a public interest career in healthcare and public health. Prior to attending Suffolk University, Yossefy worked as a Policy Analyst at the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office (AGO), where she monitored health care trends and transactions, advocated for public health reforms, and supported health-related consumer protection lawsuits. While at the AGO and in her previous role at the Boston Mayor’s Office of Recovery Services, Yossefy compiled a comprehensive account of past and projected damages caused by the opioid crisis in order to inform the State and City’s multibillion dollar lawsuits against more than a dozen pharmaceutical developers, manufacturers and distributors. Yossefy received her Masters in Public Health from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where she studied healthcare administration, political strategy, behavioral health, and substance use disorders, specifically opioid and e-cigarette use among at-risk youth. She received her BA degree in Public Health at Skidmore College. Yossefy will be spending her summer working in the Office of State Senator Jo Comerford.