MaryAnne Dunlap currently serves as Lead, Federal Government Relations for Sanofi US.

Her portfolio includes advocating for legislative and regulatory policies in support of the company’s various divisions and business units.

She also covers supply chain issues, such as counterfeit drugs, drug shortage, track and trace and pedigree, and importation. She also has responsibility for environmental issues and drug abuse and drug take back.

MaryAnne has nearly 25 years of experience in federal government relations.

Prior to Sanofi, MaryAnne served as professional staff member with the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee (EPW), serving in both the majority and the minority. At EPW, she covered numerous issues, including: chemicals policy, nanotechnology, children’s health, biotechnology, risk assessment and science, natural resource regulation and chemical site security.

Previous to the Committee, she worked in government and public affairs at the Uniform & Textile Service Association where she was responsible for all federal lobbying, as well as external public relations and marketing for the association and its member companies. She also represented the waste management and recycling industries as a lobbyist for National Solid Wastes Management Association.

She began her career with former House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Thomas J. Bliley, Jr.

MaryAnne earned her BA in American Government from the University of Virginia and a Masters of Public Policy from Georgetown University.