Khaylah Scott is the Policy Analyst of the Mississippi Health Advocacy Program. Khaylah is a New Orleans native and a graduate of Millsaps College. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Government/Politics, with a concentration on the social sciences. A Phi Beta Kappa KIPS scholar, Khaylah has been recognized for her commitment to public service through research and data analytics. Before joining MHAP, Khaylah worked as a policy analyst and researcher, analyzing policy associated with housing, education, and healthcare.
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