From T1DF site:
Charles Fournier has been a tireless advocate for the rights of people with type 1 diabetes since his daughter was diagnosed early in 2015. He began T1DF’s civil rights program later that year and has shaped the organization’s focus on equal access to at-school emergency care (glucagon) and Section 504 compliance via projects in Washington State and Oregon. In 2017 he launched the organization’s consumer pricing project and developed T1DF’s policy positions on drug pricing and health insurer benefit design and cost accounting. Charles has degrees in materials science/mathematical physics and a JD from The George Washington University Law School. He has worked around the world on complex construction delay and dispute claims and litigation for public and private clients, including the U.S. Department of Justice. His longterm commitment to human rights includes past work as U.S. lobbyist for a Darfur-based opposition party seeking democratic reforms in Sudan.