Jenifer Bosco is a senior attorney at NCLC who focuses on two broad areas: energy and utility issues that affect low-income consumers, and medical debt. She has advocated for low-income consumers in utility proceedings in several states, is a contributing author of NCLC’s treatise, Access to Utility Service, and has worked on transportation electrification policy and competitive energy supply issues. She co-wrote NCLC’s Model Medical Debt Protection Act, and is a contributing author to NCLC’s Collection Actions treatise. Prior to joining NCLC, she was the first director of the Office of Patient Protection at the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission. Previously, Jen advocated for health care needs of low-income individuals at Health Law Advocates, advocated for low-income clients at the Massachusetts Law Reform Institute and Merrimack Valley Legal Services, and served as an Assistant Attorney General in Massachusetts. Jen holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and a B.A. from Boston College.