Lilian Conover is a second-year Master of Public Policy student at the USC Price School of Public Policy. After receiving a Bachelor of Science in Public Policy, Management and Planning from USC, Lilian decided to pursue her interest in policy analysis at a deeper level. Always having an array of interests in the social sciences and critical writing, she was attracted to the interdisciplinary nature of the Price School’s public policy program. Her interests include: health policy, social entrepreneurship and enterprise, the intersection of social policy and psychology, the policymaking and legislation processes, and effective communication of public policy.
Lilian has a passion for analyzing and understanding systems and institutions and investigating ways to increase public understanding of public policy. She plans on pursuing a career that allows her to engage in public policy from a multifaceted perspective. As an undergraduate at USC, much of Lilian’s time was spent in the Daily Trojan newsroom, where during her senior year she held the position of managing editor. There, she developed a passion for journalism and hopes to be able to merge this set of skills with her study of public policy. Lilian is very excited to be working at the Bedrosian Center, where she hopes to further develop her skills as an analyst while researching the role and effectiveness of the private sector in public service delivery.
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