Dot Powell-Woodson serves as a Co-Chair of Wiley’s Health Care Practice, and on the ﬁrm’s Executive and Management committees. Powell-Woodson counsels clients on government health care procurements and contracting, contract administration, and state and federal regulatory compliance relating to complex prime, subcontract and aﬃliate agreements.
In addition to her roles at Wiley, Powell-Woodson was selected as a prestigious Fellow by the American Health Law Association (AHLA). Fellows are selected based on their career-long achievements, contributions, and tenure with the AHLA, and their continuing service and leadership in the legal profession. Dot has a distinguished record of service to AHLA, having served on the Board of Directors, co-chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Council, and as a member of AHLA’s editorial board for the Journal of Health & Life Sciences Law.
Throughout her career, Powell-Woodson has served in many roles connected to the health care industry, including as the Governor’s appointed Director of Virginia’s health care agency, as a Virginia Assistant Attorney General, and as Vice President for Legal Services for two national health care entities.