Noelle Rudloff, BS, MA

Noelle Rudloff has extensive experience working directly with older adults and adults with disabilities both in the qualitative research process through the design and administration of focus groups as well in her work with the Massachusetts Nursing Home Initiative as a case manager for older adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Ms. Rudloff holds a Master’s degree in Health Communication from the Tufts University School of Medicine and Emerson College and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Rehabilitation Counseling and Human Services from Boston University. In her work, she particularly enjoys the process of deciphering complex health information into plain language; researching best practices to improve quality of life and support independence for older adults; and designing, implementing and evaluating educational interventions.

Ms. Rudloff started her career as the Director of Education for the SAMSHA-funded Positive Aging Resource Center, a technical assistance and education center for evidence-based behavioral health care for older adults based at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. In this role, she conducted a multi-faceted education campaign on mental health and aging for older adults, caregivers, and providers. In her time with the Department of Psychiatry and the Department of Women’s Health at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Ms. Rudloff facilitated the preparation of NIH, SAMSHA, and HRSA grant applications including research and writing as well as the management and execution of multiple federal grant activities. Ms. Rudloff also served as the course administrator for a training program in Geriatric Medicine at Harvard Medical School. In her spare time, Noelle can be found dreaming up travel adventures for her family, honing her culinary skills, and trying to keep her garden alive.

Noelle Rudloff, BS, MA