Anna Weinstein, principal at Chamber Hill Strategies, is a recognized health care strategist and trusted Democratic adviser with more than 20 years of legislative and regulatory experience. Anna assists clients in the health and life sciences arenas to navigate the process of developing and shaping complex federal legislation and regulatory policy. She works with clients to formulate and implement strategies to achieve their objectives by building stakeholder coalitions and mobilizing grassroots efforts. Anna’s knowledge of the intricacies of health policy, combined with her years in the policy-making trenches and her extensive relationships on both sides of the aisle, make her uniquely equipped to help clients succeed.
Before joining Chamber Hill Strategies, Anna headed the health care practice at a top government relations and public affairs firm where she represented a variety of pharmaceutical, post-acute care, health information technology and medical device companies and associations. At the corporate level, she was a member of the federal government affairs team at the world’s largest biotechnology trade association, representing over 1,100 members on health care, intellectual property and biodefense issues. Anna also worked at a prominent international law firm as a senior health care adviser, specializing in payment and regulatory policy affecting physicians, dialysis and home health providers, biopharmaceutical and device manufacturers, hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers and clinical laboratories. Additionally, she designed and executed federal and state advocacy agendas related to fiscal and regulatory policy for a leading U.S. provider of home oxygen and sleep therapy services, equipment and respiratory medications. Anna also directed federal policy and congressional relations on behalf of the major global producers of plasma-based and recombinant biological therapies at the Plasma Protein Therapeutics Association.
Anna began her career as a research assistant at the Harvard School of Public Health and Kennedy School of Government. She also worked in the Executive Office of the President within the Clinton administration, where she served as an aide to the deputy assistant to the president for health policy development.
Anna earned a Bachelor of Arts in history with a minor in Italian literature and culture from Middlebury College, and a Master of Public Policy with a concentration in health care economics from Georgetown University.