Samuel Bilotta ’21 serves as the executive assistant to the president and executive vice president at The Fund for American Studies (TFAS). He is an alumnus of the TFAS Leadership + the American Presidency program. During his time in the program, he interned for the Health and Medicine Counsel of Washington, where he was tasked with tracking bills in Congress, observing and reporting on Congressional committee hearings of interest to the firm’s clients and helping lobby for the No Suprises Act, a consequential piece of legislation to improve price transparency for patients and eliminate any surprise fees from healthcare providers.
Samuel graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a degree in political science and a minor in economics. In addition to his studies, Samuel was a member of Pi Alpha Sigma, a resident assistant for two years and executive vice president of the Penn State Altoona Student Government Association, where he served as his campus’s representative on the Penn State Council of Commonwealth Student Governments.
Samuel currently lives in Silver Spring, Maryland. In his free time, he enjoys biking around D.C., watching Penn State football, spending time with his friends and family and reading. He always has a good book to recommend to you.