CRD Associates announced today that Noah Hammes has joined the firm as a Policy Associate, where he will provide support to CRD Associates’ roster of clients in the public health, patient advocacy, and technology space.
“CRD Associates is thrilled to welcome Noah Hammes to our team,” said Partner Lyle Dennis. “His experience in health policy, public health research, and communications will be a great benefit to our clients.”
“I am so excited to join CRD Associates and help contribute to its already impressive reputation in government relations and federal advocacy,” said Hammes. “I am also thrilled to work with clients that make such a difference on behalf of patients, public health professionals, and others.”
Noah joins CRD Associates from Advocates for Human potential, a behavioral health consulting firm where he conducted qualitative and data analysis of SAMHSA grantees and provided technical assistance for Mobile Crisis Unit policies and programming. He worked with the LAM Foundation on the organization’s communications and development team; and served as a Communications and Development Associate with the US Alcohol Policy Alliance, a policy associate with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s D.C. office, and a contracted public health associate with Recover Alaska focused on alcohol misuse policy and programming. In 2019 as an undergraduate, Noah was a Policy Fellow for CRD Associates.
Noah also has a strong background in communications disciplines including graphic and web design, data visualization, video editing, and social media.
Noah graduated from the University of Rochester in 2020 with a B.A. in Health Behavior, and will complete his Master’s in Public Health (MPH) at the University of North Carolina’s Gillings School of Global Public Health in May 2022.