Full Name
Dr. Lauren Lyles-Stolz
Job Title
Health Legislative Assistant
Congressman Brad S. Schneider
Speaker Bio
Dr. Lauren Lyles-Stolz currently serves as the Health Legislative Assistant for Congressman
Brad S. Schneider. Prior to Congressman Schneider Health, she worked as a Congressional
Health Policy Innovation Fellow for Congresswoman Yvette Clarke covering issues such as,
diversity in clinical trials and increasing funding for brain aneurysm research. Previously, she
served as Executive Director for the Washington State Pharmacy Quality Assurance

Furthermore, she was the first pharmacist German Chancellor Fellow researching Population
Health Management primarily in Germany as a solution to ensure health equity, address rising
healthcare cost, and to improve health outcomes. In her recent experiences, she has had the
unique opportunity to regulate and support the profession of pharmacy during the COVID-19
pandemic as Executive Director and meet and discuss health challenges and successes with
international health experts in Singapore, Israel, Scotland, Spain, and Switzerland. She also
authored her first joint population health publication with Scotland and Germany titled,
Population Health Management Approach: Integration of Community-Based Pharmacists into
Integrated Care Systems: Reflections from the U.S., Achievements in Scotland and Discussions
in Germany.

Since then, Lauren has spoken at diverse institutions to share her research findings, including the
2021 Health Technology Research Summit in Brazil.

Lauren graduated with her Pharm.D. (Doctor of Pharmacy) from The University of Mississippi
School of Pharmacy. Following graduation, Lauren completed her post-doctoral fellowship at Eli
Lilly and Company in U.S. and International Regulatory Policy and Strategy. The fellowship
entailed her combining her patient care experiences throughout her pharmacy curriculum,
background from national pharmacy associations (NACDS, NCPA) and FDA, with the
pharmaceutical industry to improve patient access to innovative therapies. She also worked parttime as a pharmacist at a mail-order pharmacy making sure the right medications got to the right
patients in the criminal justice system. Subsequently, Lauren served as the Manager of Pharmacy
Affairs at the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy, where she supported the association's
efforts to promote value-based healthcare in managed care pharmacy. These experiences and
relationships both globally and stateside have shaped Dr. Lyles-Stolz's passion to improve health
for all.
Dr. Lauren Lyles-Stolz