Quinn Shean leads the virtual care and digital health engagements for Tusk Ventures, the first venture capital fund and political strategy firm dedicated to working with and investing in promising startups operating in regulated industries. Her experience includes strategic regulatory counsel on issues concerning telehealth, mobile medical applications, medical device requirements, privacy, marketing, and consumer protection, as well as crafting cohesive. messaging, building strategic partnerships, and facilitating grassroots outreach. For the past two years, she has assisted the Rockefeller Foundation in identifying emerging technologies and high potential startups to participate in the CityXChange Summit and worked with the selected participants to develop and refine their presentations. She recently was appointed by Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner to the Uniform Law Commission (ULC), which researches, drafts and enacts uniform and model laws on subjects for which uniformity of law among the states is necessary or useful.
Prior to joining Tusk, Quinn was a litigation associate at two major international law firms, where she represented pharmaceutical, medical device and consumer products clients in several multi-jurisdictional mass tort actions, consumer fraud class actions, and internal and regulatory investigations. Quinn began her career at Hart Research Associates in Washington D.C., where she conducted public opinion research on behalf of political and advocacy campaigns. Quinn earned her J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (Boalt Hall), where she was Executive Editor of the Law Review. She received her B.A. from Santa Clara University and also studied at Oxford University on a yearlong academic scholarship. Quinn is based out of our Chicago office.
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