Paul Edattel joined Todd Strategy in the summer of 2018. Prior to joining Todd Strategy, Paul served as chief counsel for health for the House Energy and Commerce Committee under Chairman Greg Walden – leading the committee’s efforts on the broad array of health issues under its jurisdiction, including Medicare, Medicaid, health insurance, 340B, FDA, pandemic response, and other public health policy. Paul started with Energy and Commerce in 2011 under the leadership of Chairman Fred Upton and was elevated to chief counsel for Health in 2016. He also previously served Speaker John Boehner as his health policy advisor. Paul also served as a legislative director for Rep. John Shadegg of Arizona..
Sarah Singleton is a Principal with Leavitt Partners, a health policy consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. Sara advises clients throughout the health care sector on federal health care policy issues including public health, social determinants of health, equity, research and drug development, and the Affordable Care Act. Sara served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislation at HHS and has significant experience on Capitol Hill in both Committee and personal offices. She’s also worked in patient advocacy, and in grants administration at the National Institutes of Health and Harvard Medical School..
Hemi Tewarson, is the executive director of the National Academy of State Health Policy (NASHP), a nonpartisan forum of policymakers throughout state governments, learning, leading, and implementing innovative solutions to health policy challenges. Ms. Tewarson joins NASHP from the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy where she has been a leader of the Center’s emerging state policy portfolio, including COVID-19 testing and containment, vaccine distribution and education, coverage, and health system reform, Medicaid system improvements, and addressing equity within and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. Previously, Ms. Tewarson served as the director of the Health Division at the National Governors Association’s (NGA) Center for Best Practices, overseeing a broad project portfolio.
Peter Sullivan covers health care for Axios, with a focus on congressional policymaking. He previously covered health care for The Hill. He is a graduate of Grinnell College in Iowa and a native of Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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