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Anna Abram

Health and Human Services (joined: Jan. 20, 2017)

Special Assistant | Deputy Commissioner for Policy | $161,900 | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via Department of Health and Human Services:

Prior to being appointed to this senior leadership position at the FDA, Ms. Abram served in the Office of the Secretary at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Ms. Abram is a respected FDA policy thought leader with more than thirteen years of health care policy experience, including more than a decade of working on health care policy in the United States Senate. She served as the long-time Health Policy Director and Senior Advisor to Senator Richard Burr at the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee. In this role, she was actively involved in a range of health care issues under both the Senate HELP and Finance Committees. Her tenure at the Senate HELP Committee was particularly distinguished by her contributions to advancing bipartisan FDA and medical and public health preparedness and response legislation, including securing multiple patient-centered drug and device provisions in the Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act and 21st Century Cures laws. Over the years, Ms. Abram has played key roles in advancing legislation to support innovation on behalf of patients and strengthen our nation’s public health. She spearheaded the bipartisan negotiation and enactment of the most significant security enhancements to our nation’s pharmaceutical supply chain in the past 25 years through the Drug Quality and Security Act. She also was instrumental in strengthening our nation’s medical countermeasure work and medical and public health preparedness and response programs through the Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Reauthorization Act of 2013. Ms. Abram was previously appointed by President George W. Bush to serve as an Associate Director at the Domestic Policy Council at The White House. In this role, Ms. Abram coordinated the development and implementation of a range of health care policy issues, including food, drug and public health policy. She coordinated the White House-led, interagency policy process to reauthorize the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) in 2008. Ms. Abram graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania.

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Jerome Michael Adams

Health and Human Services (joined: Aug. 9, 2017)

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Bio, via Department of Health and Human Services:

Jerome M. Adams, MD, MPH, the 20th Surgeon General of the United States, was sworn into office by Vice President Mike Pence on September 5, 2017. Dr. Adams, a board-certified anesthesiologist, served as Indiana State Health Commissioner from 2014 to 2017. Dr. Adams, a Maryland native, has bachelor’s degrees in both biochemistry and psychology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, a master of public health degree from the University of California at Berkeley, and a medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Adams was also an associate professor of clinical anesthesia at Indiana University School of Medicine and a staff anesthesiologist at Eskenazi Health, where he was Chair of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. He has served in leadership positions at a number of professional organizations, including the American Medical Association, the Indiana State Medical Association and the Indiana Society of Anesthesiologists. He is the immediate past Chair of the Professional Diversity Committee for the American Society of Anesthesiologists. As Health Commissioner, Dr. Adams presided over Indiana’s efforts to deal with the state’s unprecedented HIV outbreak. In this capacity, he worked directly with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as with state and local health officials and community leaders, and brought the widest range of resources, policies and care available to stem the epidemic affecting that community. He also helped with the successful launch of Indiana’s state-based, consumer-driven alternative to Medicaid expansion and worked with the state legislature to secure more than $10 million to combat infant mortality in high-risk areas of the state. Dr. Adams’ motto as Surgeon General is “better health through better partnerships.” As Surgeon General, Dr. Adams is committed to maintaining strong relationships with the public health community and forging new partnerships with non-traditional partners, including business and law enforcement. He has pledged to lead with science, facilitate locally led solutions to the nation’s most difficult health problems, and deliver higher quality healthcare at lower cost through patient and community engagement and better prevention. As Surgeon General, Dr. Adams oversees the operations of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, which has approximately 6,500 uniformed health officers who serve in nearly 600 locations around the world to promote, protect and advance the health and safety of our nation and our world

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Ann C. Agnew

Health and Human Services (joined: March 27, 2017)

Executive Secretary to the Department | $179,700 | Financial Disclosure »

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  • SRI Independent contractor providing consulting services.
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Thomas B. Alexander

Health and Human Services (joined: March 19, 2017)

Special Assistant | Principal Deputy Director of Global Affairs | $131,767 | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via Department of Health and Human Services:

On the Presidential Transition, he served as an assistant on the nominations of Thomas Price, MD, to be Secretary of HHS, and Seema Verma, MPH, to be Administrator of CMS. Prior to this he was Legislative Director and LA for Health Policy for US Senator Jon Kyl (R-AZ), and Chief of Staff of EBSA at the US Department of Labor. He served as Consular Assistant at the US Embassy in Kiev, Ukraine and received the Benjamin Franklin Award from Ambassador John Tefft. He served in the Reagan White House and was Honorably Discharged from Platoon Leader’s Class at Marine Corps Base Quantico. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Cardinal Newman College; and from the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law where he served on the Honor Court. In law school, he was selected for a clerkship in the Criminal Division of the Missouri Attorney General, and to an academic clerkship in chambers of Judge Pasco M. Bowman, 8th US Circuit Court of Appeals. He served as Assistant City Attorney for Kansas City, Missouri, and received the Volunteer Attorney Project Award. He was admitted to the bars of the Supreme Court of Missouri and the Court of Appeals of Washington, DC.

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Albert George Alexander

Health and Human Services (joined: Dec. 4, 2017)

Deputy Administrator and Director, Center For Program Integrity, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services | $179,700

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Riley Nicole Althouse

Health and Human Services (joined: June 5, 2017)

Special Assistant | $44,941 | Financial Disclosure »

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Jeffrey Hagen Anderson departed Aug. 8, 2017

Health and Human Services (joined: March 13, 2017)

Director, Office of Health Reform | $179,700 | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via Hudson Institute:

Before joining Hudson, Anderson co-founded the 2017 Project, a policy organization focusing on healthcare and tax reform. Anderson’s healthcare reform proposal has formed the basis for the alternatives championed by Ed Gillespie in the Virginia Senate race, former House Budget Committee Chairman and current Secretary of HHS Tom Price, and Scott Walker in the presidential campaign. Before joining Hudson, Anderson co-founded the 2017 Project, a policy organization focusing on healthcare and tax reform. Anderson’s healthcare reform proposal has formed the basis for the alternatives championed by Ed Gillespie in the Virginia Senate race, former House Budget Committee Chairman and current Secretary of HHS Tom Price, and Scott Walker in the presidential campaign. From 2008-09, Anderson was the Senior Speechwriter for Secretary Mike Leavitt at the United States Department of Health and Human Services. From 2001-07, he taught Political Science at the U.S. Air Force Academy, receiving high honors as a professor of American government and political philosophy. In 2001, Anderson received a Ph.D. in Political Science from Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California.

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Alexander Fraser Aramanda

Health and Human Services (joined: Jan. 23, 2017)

Special Assistant | Deputy Assistant Secretary for Mandatory Health Programs | $124,406 | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via Office of U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz:

Prior to joining Sen. Cruz’s office as a legislative assistant in January 2013, Aramanda served as legislative assistant in the office of then-Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) from 2010-2012. There he handled health, tax, welfare and Social Security issues. Before working in the Senate, Aramanda spent three years at The Heritage Foundation as strategic operations coordinator, among other roles. Aramanda received a bachelor’s degree in political science from Haverford College.

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Jacob Daniel Ashendorf

Health and Human Services (joined: Dec. 9, 2017)

Special Assistant | $66,510

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Alex Azar

Health and Human Services (joined: Jan. 24, 2018)

Secretary of Health and Human Services | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via Department of Health and Human Services:

Alex M. Azar II was sworn in as the Secretary of Health and Human Services on Jan. 29, 2018. Azar has spent his career working in both the public and private sectors, as an attorney and in senior leadership roles focused on advancing healthcare reform, research and innovation. From 2001 to 2007, Azar served at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – first as its General Counsel (2001–2005) and then as Deputy Secretary. During his time as Deputy Secretary, Azar was involved in improving the department’s operations; advancing its emergency preparedness and response capabilities as well as its global health affairs activities; and helping oversee the rollout of the Medicare Part D prescription drug program. In 2007, Azar rejoined the private sector as senior vice president for corporate affairs and communications at Eli Lilly and Co. From 2012 to 2017, he served as president of Lilly USA LLC, the company’s largest affiliate. Azar clerked for U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia prior to practicing law for several years. Azar graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in economics and government from Dartmouth College and earned his law degree from Yale University. For the past 10 years, Azar has lived in Indiana with his wife and their two children.

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Whitney Ann Bailey

Health and Human Services (joined: Dec. 10, 2017)

Deputy Administrator For Regional Operations And Partnership Development, Administration For Community Living

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  • Oklahoma State University I AM A PROFESSOR. I TEACH UNIVERSITY COURSES, DEVELOP RESEARCH PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS FOR COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND OUTREACH. I SERVE ON COMMITTEES AND MENTOR STUDENTS.
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Matthew Edward Baker

Health and Human Services (joined: Feb. 20, 2018)

Regional Director, Philadelphia Region Iii, Office Of Intergovernmental And External Affairs

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Juanita Balenger

Health and Human Services (joined: Jan. 23, 2017)

Special Assistant | Advisor | $79,720 | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via LinkedIn:

With extensive knowledge of Virginia state government relations, Juanita Balenger has developed excellent working relationships with elected officials, Congressional staff, and law enforcement. She is experienced in office management, program management, community outreach, constituent services, coalition building, and volunteer recruitment. She is also knowledgeable with the legislative process, policy research, policy positions, policy initiatives, and giving speeches. Ms. Balenger has coordinated all aspects of conferences and meetings with attendance up to 500+ registrants. With more than 15 years of paralegal experience, Ms. Balenger is quite knowledgeable in conducting legal, legislative, investigative, and factual research; and in gathering information from federal, state and local courts and regulatory agencies. She has thorough skills in managing support for various aspects of legal brief preparation with federal and state courts and agencies and has managed legal support staff. Her accomplishments demonstrate excellent communication and analytical skills; ability to work independently and in a team environment; and ability to multi-task in rapidly changing environments.

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  • Donald J. Trump for President, Inc Loudoun County Field Director. Conducted volunteer recruitment.
  • National Council of Catholic Women Administrator; supervised staff and contract personnel; provided management support to the President and Board of Directors; managed convention operations, dues notices, and customer relations with members.
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John Anthony Bardis

Health and Human Services (joined: March 15, 2017)

Assistant Secretary for Administration | $179,700 | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via Department of Health and Human Services:

Mr. Bardis founded Hire Heroes U.S.A in 2006. Hire Heroes has grown to be the largest and most successful non-profit veteran employment and training organization in the United States. Hire Heroes achieved over 6,000 confirmed hires, representing a 45% conversion rate from “helped” to “hired” in 2016. As a result of their proven success and transparency, HHUSA has been recognized as best-in-class by the Call of Duty Endowment, the George W. Bush Institute, the USO and several additional impactful organizations. Hires for the month of January 2017 exceeded 700 veterans. In 1999 John Bardis founded MedAssets (NASDAQ: MDAS), one of the leading healthcare financial performance improvement companies in the United States, serving four out of every five hospitals and over 100,000 healthcare providers. He served for 15 years as its chairman, president and chief executive officer and as chairman and chief executive officer until he retired in 2015. As a result of Bardis’ distinguished leadership as MedAssets’ chief executive, he is nationally recognized as an influential leader in the healthcare industry and healthcare technology sector. Bardis was recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of the “Top 100 Most Influential Leaders in Healthcare” for four consecutive years (2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014). In 2012, Bardis received recognition from Ernst & Young as the Technology Entrepreneur of the Year in the Southeast. From 1992 to 1997 Bardis was president and chief executive officer of TheraTx (NASDAQ: THTX), a leading operator of skilled nursing facilities and provider of rehabilitation services. In 1995, in recognition of his successful leadership at TheraTx, Bardis was named Entrepreneur of the Year by INC. Magazine. The publication further named TheraTx as the second fastest growing public company in America, growing from $15 million to over $500 million in revenue in five years. In 1995 Bardis was honored by Ernst & Young as Healthcare Entrepreneur of the Year, Southeast National Finalist. From 1987 to 1992 Bardis was at Kinetic Concepts (NASDAQ: KCI), the nation's largest specialty bed and medical equipment rental company, where he served as president at the time of his departure in 1992. From 1984 to 1987, Bardis was vice president of the Baxter Operating Room Division and general manager of the Eastern Zone at Baxter International (NASDAQ: BAX). Prior to that, Bardis was at American Hospital Supply. Mr. Bardis has served on several boards. He is the now retired founder and chairman of Hire Heroes USA, the nation’s largest veteran job placement organization. In 2015 he was appointed to the Strategic Planning Committee of the board of Scripps Health in San Diego, CA, and to the Board of Advisors of Jackson Healthcare in Alpharetta, GA. In 2011 Mr. Bardis was appointed to the board of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA). In 2012 USADA investigated and later suspended Lance Armstrong for his use of banned substances dating back to 1996. In 2008 Bardis served as Team Leader of the U.S. Olympic Wrestling Team, and was Team Leader in 2007 of the U.S. Greco-Roman Wrestling Team for the 2007 World Championships where Team USA won the world team for the first time in wrestling history. In 2012 Bardis served as a member of the distinguished Committee to Protect Olympic Wrestling (CPOW). In 2013 he was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame as an Outstanding American. He served for 12 years on the Board of USA Wrestling (1995 to 2011). Bardis served on the Board of Advisors of the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona. He served on the Board of Directors of the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce for 2014 and 2015. Mr. Bardis holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from the University of Arizona. Bardis is a frequent presenter at healthcare conferences and meetings and has made live appearances on several occasions on the CNBC, Bloomberg and Fox Business networks. He has published a variety of healthcare related articles in national publications including articles in Forbes, Market Watch, Institutional Investor and Investor’s Business Daily.

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Ximena Alexandra Barreto

Health and Human Services (joined: Dec. 4, 2017)

Deputy Director Of Communications, Office Of The Assistant Secretary For Public Affairs

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Health and Human Services

Assistant Secretary for Financial Resources | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via Squire Patton Boggs:

John previously served as senior professional staffer to the US House Appropriations Committee since 2009 and was also a member of the federal Senior Executive Service. In this role, he was responsible for issues relating to the National Institute of Health (NIH) and its 27 institutes; Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Agency, among others; and pharmaceutical and life sciences sector more broadly. While with the House of Representatives position, he was instrumental in developing the Ebola supplemental budget, which included designing the infectious disease hospital network, as well as the emergency management and public health response to the Zika virus and Superstorm Sandy. Before joining the House Appropriations Committee, he was an associate director of the NIH. John previously served as part of the National Security Division of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) in the Executive Office of the President. At OMB, he was responsible for the budget of the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs, including wartime supplemental requests for medical, research and healthcare operations. In addition to this substantial healthcare experience, John has more than 30 years of military experience in both active duty and as a reserve officer. He is a colonel in the Air Force Reserve as a Medical Service Corps officer, currently assigned to a brigadier general position as the mobilization assistant to the Commander Air Force Medical Operations Agency. John is a member of the American Health Lawyers Association and serves as a member of the firm’s Healthcare Industry Group leadership team.

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Matthew Bassett

Health and Human Services (joined: Jan. 30, 2018)

Assistant Secretary for Legislation | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via Franklin Home Page:

Matthew Bassett has nearly two decades of healthcare-related experience in the public and private sectors. Most recently, he served as the senior vice president of government affairs at myNEXUS. myNEXUS describes itself as “a technology-driven, care and benefit management service that enables individuals to live healthier lives in their homes.” It is headquartered on Westpark Drive in Brentwood. The United States Senate will vote on whether to confirm Bassett for the position of Assistant Secretary for Legislation in the HHS department. The Assistant Secretary for Legislation serves as “the primary link” between HHS and Congress, according to the department’s website. This means that Bassett will be in charge of working with Congress to help further the department’s legislative agenda. The ASL’s office is also in charge of cooperating with the White House to promote any presidential initiatives related to health. Before starting at myNEXUS, Bassett, who is a Florida native, had his own consulting practice, Bassett Consulting LLC. The focus there was on work related to government and regulatory matters. That work was preceded by several years spent coordinating government affairs for dialysis company, DaVita. Bassett has also spent a good deal of time in the public sector. He first worked as a legislative assistant for U.S. Representative Pete Sessions and then in various capacities for former U.S. Representative and Kentucky governor Ernie Fletcher. During his time with Fletcher, he advised on health and insurance policy and handled health-related issues before the House Energy and Commerce Committee, according to his myNEXUS bio. Additionally, he worked for a couple of years as chief of staff in Kentucky’s Cabinet for Health and Family Services. The White House press statement regarding his nomination mentions that Bassett helped reform Kentucky’s Medicaid and insurance markets.

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  • MyNexus Senior Vice President Government Affairs

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  • MyNexus Severance payments from my service as Senior Vice President Government Affairs
  • MyNexus Salary as Senior Vice President Government Affairs during 2015
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Gary Michael Beck

Health and Human Services (joined: Aug. 28, 2017)

Advisor for External Affairs | $66,510

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Thomas March Bell

Health and Human Services (joined: March 19, 2017)

Chief of Staff, Office of Civil Rights | Special Assistant | $179,700

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Kathryn Grace Bell

Health and Human Services (joined: April 16, 2017)

Special Assistant for Public Health and Science | $54,972 | Financial Disclosure »

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Deborah Lynne Bergeron

Health and Human Services (joined: April 23, 2018)

Director, Office of Head Start | Adminstration for Children and Families | $164,000

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Catherine Elaine Bird

Health and Human Services (joined: May 22, 2017)

Advisor and Legal Counsel | $79,720 | Financial Disclosure »

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  • California State Senate I am a Legislative Director. Analyze legislation for Senator John Moorlach and assist him in moving his legislation through the legislative process.
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Adam Seth Boehler

Health and Human Services

Deputy Administrator and Director, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation | $179,700

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Matthew Scott Bowman

Health and Human Services (joined: Jan. 25, 2017)

Special Assistant | Deputy General Counsel | $179,700 | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via Alliance Defending Freedom:

Matt Bowman serves as senior counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, where he is a key member of the Center for Life. Before joining ADF in 2006, Bowman clerked for several federal judges, including The Honorable Samuel A. Alito, Jr., at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit. He is admitted to the bar in Michigan, the U.S. Supreme Court, the District of Columbia, and various federal appellate and district courts. Practicing law since 2003, Bowman obtained his J.D. summa cum laude from Ave Maria School of Law. He has also taught business law at the Catholic University of America School of Business and Economics and is co-host of the podcast Freedom Matters.

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William Michael Brady

Health and Human Services (joined: June 5, 2017)

Associate Deputy Secretary | $175,000 | Financial Disclosure »

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Kimberly L. Brandt

Health and Human Services (joined: Aug. 6, 2017)

Principal Deputy Administrator for Operations | $179,700 | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via Department of Health and Human Services:

Kimberly Brandt is the Principal Deputy Administrator for Operations of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). She supports the Administrator for all activities necessary for the operation and management of CMS and its programs, including, Medicare, Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program. Kim also assists with the implementation of the CMS priorities, cross-cutting and strategic plan initiatives and the Medicare and Medicaid program integrity programs. Kim served as Chief Oversight Counsel on the Majority staff of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee where she has served on Committee staff from January 2011 – August 2017. In her role on the Committee, Kim coordinated oversight of the whole range of Committee issues including tax, health care, social security and trade. Before joining the Finance Committee staff, Kim was a Senior Counsel at Alston & Bird in Washington, D.C. advising clients on health care compliance and fraud and abuse issues. Kim’s previous government service includes serving for seven years as the CMS Director of the Medicare Program Integrity Group. Prior to her first tenure at CMS, Kim worked for five years at the HHS Office of Inspector General as Special Counsel and Director of External Affairs and as a Senior Counsel negotiating False Claims Act settlements and drafting and monitoring Corporate Integrity Agreements as well as authoring the OIG’s compliance guidance for Individual and Small Group Physician Practices. Kim received her J.D. with a concentration in health law from the DePaul School of Law, an M.A. in legislative affairs and health policy from George Washington University, and her B.A. from Valparaiso University. She is a nationally recognized expert in healthcare compliance and fraud and abuse issues and in 2016 received the Healthcare Compliance and Ethics Professional of the Year award from the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics and the Health Care Compliance Association.

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Patrick Theodore Brennan departed Dec. 23, 2017

Health and Human Services (joined: April 16, 2017)

Special Assistant | Assistant Speechwriter | $79,720 | Financial Disclosure »

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Brady Brookes departed March 4, 2017

Health and Human Services (joined: Jan. 20, 2017)

Special Assistant | Deputy Chief of Staff | $97,956 | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via Governor's Office of Indiana:

Brady Brookes has been named Governor Pence’s Legislative Director to help coordinate and successfully pass the Governor’s legislative agenda. Brookes most recently served as Deputy Legislative Director, a position she has held since October 2014. Previously, she worked as Legislative Director for the Department of Child Services. She earned her undergraduate degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

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  • Office of Governor Mike Pence Both the Deputy Legislative Director and Legislative Director develop and communicate the Governor's policy agenda to the state legislature.
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John Brooks

Health and Human Services (joined: Jan. 20, 2017)

Special Assistant | Counselor for Health Policy | $179,700 | Financial Disclosure »

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Louis Adolph Brown

Health and Human Services (joined: July 9, 2017)

Senior Advisor for Operations | $112,021 | Financial Disclosure »

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Bio, via Wayne State University:

Louis Brown was named director of Christ Medicus Foundation CURO, a new national Catholic health care ministry, in September 2014. Previously, he was a private practice attorney in Detroit; legislative counsel to U.S. Rep. Dan Lungren, R-Calif.; associate director, social concerns, at the Maryland Catholic Conference; staff member of a national party committee in Washington, D.C.; labor law and civil ligitation attorney at a Michigan firm; and assistant on the Michigan staff of U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich. Brown earned his undergraduate degree in political economy and international relations from James Madison College of Public Affairs at Michigan State University. He earned his law degree from Howard University School of Law in Washington, D.C. During law school, he was a law clerk/extern for the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations.

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  • Christ Medicus Foundation/CMF CURO Market, promote, and publicly speak about the CMF CURO Catholic health care option. Educate the House, Senate, interest groups and the public about the right of conscience and the right to life in health care policy and legislation at the federal level. Work with Catholic medical clinics to grow and build their presence. Work with other Catholic partners/nonprofits.
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