Sebastian Godoy supports clients with research and analysis that span a variety of healthcare sectors and stakeholders.
He applies his background in federal and state health policy to a broad range of client projects in areas such as Medicaid, the exchanges, PBMs, the Inflation Reduction Act, and market dynamics for rare disease products.
Before joining Avalere, Sebastian held a variety of internship positions. As an intern with Hyattsville City Police Department’s Mental Wellness Check In, Sebastian advised the police administration on mental health parity and first responder health disparities, crafting surveys to gauge the effectiveness of the program, and managing sensitive data banks. Additionally, he supported the University of Maryland by serving as the interim communications and media manager for the School of Public Health and as the lead teaching assistant for the foundations of public health class.
Sebastian has a BS in genetics from Texas A&M University and an MPH in health policy analysis and evaluation from the University of Maryland.