Diane Calmus is Regulatory Counsel for the National Rural Health Association (NRHA). Diane joined the NRHA staff in 2015. She is one of NRHA’s federally registered lobbyists.
“We really saw the voice of rural Americans saying how important healthcare is to them.”
She previously worked as a legislative assistant to Rep. Kevin Brady, the chair of Ways and Means, where she handled a variety of health care issues with a focus on Medicare policy. She also worked as a health policy fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
Diane earned a J.D. from Michigan State University College of Law and bachelor’s degrees in mechanical engineering from Lake Superior State University and psychology from Central Michigan University.
Diane will be part of the NRHA Rural Health Policy Institute February 5-7 in Washington, DC. Act by January 11 to take advantage of discounted registration. You can register by clicking HERE.