Claire Wolfe MA, MPH, CCHP
NCCHC Resources, Inc.
Ms. Wolfe previously worked for the State of New Jersey in an urban legislative district, supporting community members and organizations and skillfully guiding legislation from drafting to the Governor's desk. She worked as an aide on the state budget committee for three years and, during that time, advocated for funding for substance use disorder treatment within correctional facilities. Prior to joining NCCHC Resources, she worked in the philanthropic arm of a multi-national technology consulting firm where she successfully advocated for increased funding for federal grants aimed at increasing evidence-based educational innovation in K-12 computer science in-school and community programs. Ms. Wolfe holds a Master of Arts in international political economy, completed at the University of York in York, England, and recently received her Master of Public Health degree in epidemiology at Rutgers University, where she focused her research on medications for opioid use disorder in correctional facilities. At NCCHC Resources, Ms. Wolfe supports the project management office and project teams on administrative needs, data analysis, writing, and research.