Noah Nordheimer / Chairman of the Board
Noah Nordheimer is a passionate visionary, leader and investor, with a 20-year record of consistently exceeding the goals and aspirations of his investment partners and community stakeholders.
In 2014, using his financial acumen and entrepreneurial expertise, Noah founded the Concerted Care Group (CCG) and created a uniquely integrated model of care that will improve patient outcomes in addiction treatment. Noah often speaks publicly about the flawed “siloed” approach that most providers take to treating addiction in the United States, an approach that he views as less than efficacious. So, rather than separating the modalities from each other, he has instead done the opposite: CCG’s innovative approach moves addiction treatment, behavioral health, primary and preventative care, as well as other critical components others call “wrap-around services”, under one roof. Noah’s vision is reshaping how substance abuse treatment is addressed, elevating and redefining the standards of care and post-treatment possibilities for both patients and families. The CARF Accreditors have praised Noah and CCG, saying: “They are doing what 1-2% of providers are even thinking about doing and doing it exceptionally well.”
Noah’s career trajectory has been leading him towards this very place. He served as Senior Vice President of the NFAHS, Inc., where he maintained annual development budgets of $50-$200 million. Prior to being at NFAHS, Noah served as Director of the Transwestern Commercial Services LLC, a privately held global commercial real estate firm, at the age of 24 and after only 3 years with the company. He has also been hands-on in the creation and deployment of complex capital formation strategies, including Multi-Layered Public-Private Debt & Equity Structures; Federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credits; U.S. Treasury Equity Investment (New Market Tax Credits); Fixed Rate- and Variable Rate Tax Exempt Bonds; and EB5 Equity & Debt, among other investment vehicles.
Alvin J. Nichols / Board Member
Alvin Nichols is an expert and passionate driver of excellence in corporate governance, public policy, business strategies execution, and organizational performance management.
He is recognized as a builder of partnerships, and successfully leading transformational community investment, economic development, and human service initiatives. Alvin has served two governors as a trustee of three different state commissions, including the Port of Baltimore, among the Nation’s top 10 ports. His hands-on leadership helped forge a groundbreaking $1.3 Billion Public-Private Partnership that positioned Baltimore as one of only two U.S. East Coast ports able to handle the new Super-Post-Panamax cargo ships traveling through the rebuilt Panama Canal.
As Director of Fannie Mae’s Washington Partnership Office, Alvin was named “Loaned Executive” to Howard University, charged with leading the 150-block Howard University, Fannie Mae, LeDroit park initiative. the extraordinary success of the LeDroit Park Initiative was hailed locally and nationally as
a groundbreaking example of the power of community and institutional partnership in leading neighborhood revitalization. LeDroit park’s success was chronicled in the Federal Reserve Bank MarketWise Magazine and featured in the New York Times, other media and special interest publications.
Alvin has a lifelong commitment to active community engagement, currently serving on the BB&T Bank Suburban Maryland Advisory Board and as Chair of the Board of Volunteers of America Chesapeake (VOAC), which annually serves more than 16,000 of the most vulnerable men, women, and children in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC. VOAC’s services include residential Substance Abuse Treatment centers, Permanent Supportive Housing for individuals with intellectual disabilities and a new innovative Residential Reentry Center for individuals being released from federal incarceration.
Alvin holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration, from American University, in Washington, DC, and a Bachelor’s degree in Urban and Environmental Studies, from Case Western Reserve University, in Cleveland, Ohio.
Michael Smith Liss, B.S. / Board Member
Michael Smith Liss is an Investment Advisor at Alex Brown Asset & Wealth Management. Michael is located in the Washington, D.C. office and has been there since 2010.
He is in the Private Wealth division of the bank, working with a team that has $2B+ assets under management. He manages assets for high net worth individuals, corporations, endowments, and foundations. In addition to his involvement on the asset management side, he works intimately with the investment bank and has a meaningful focus on real estate lending, real estate advisory solutions, structured lending, and key client unique opportunities. Michael has held previous positions at the largest privately held cell tower company, Global tower partners, where he was responsible for diligence and valuation analysis on single assets and portfolios that were being considered for acquisition, as well as intimately involved in the closing and integration process following the acquisition; Charles E. Smith Residential Realty, a division of Archstone- Smith; and Charles E. Smith Commercial Realty, a division of Vornado Realty Trust. Michael is currently a Board Member of the Upperville Colt and Horse Show, the oldest horse show in the United States, as well as on the Chairman’s Council of the National Sporting Library & Museum. He sits on the Investment Committee of the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School as well as the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington. In addition, he is a member of the Investment Management Consultants Association. Michael graduated from the University of Miami with a B.S. in International Finance and Marketing and a minor in Economics.
Andrey Ostrovsky / Board Member
Andrey Ostrovsky, M.D. is a practicing physician, social entrepreneur, and health policy expert who specializes in human-centered design, lean management, quality improvement, population health, and digital health. Dr. Ostrovsky was most recently the Chief Medical Officer for the Center for Medicaid and CHIP Services (CMCS), the nation’s largest insurer covering over 74 million people, annually.
He was responsible for developing Medicaid’s opioid strategy as well leading its burden reduction efforts and claims data strategy. Dr. Ostrovsky is also an attending physician at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC. In 2009 Dr. Ostrovsky worked at the San Francisco Health Department, where he created San Francisco Community Vital Signs, a technology platform that aggregates public health data. Results from the Vital Signs project caused the city to realign its $1.2 billion health department budget in order to address the community’s most pressing needs. In 2011 Dr. Ostrovsky became Health Policy Fellow to United States Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD), and after time spent drafting legislation in Congress he started Care at Hand, an evidence-based predictive analytics platform that was sold in 2016 to Mindoula Health, a behavioral health case management company. Dr. Ostrovsky has volunteered as a member of various advisory boards focused on health information technology, quality measurement, and healthcare innovation. He holds a B.S. from Boston University, an M.D. from Boston University School of Medicine, and completed his clinical training in the Boston Combined Residency Program, the flagship pediatrics program for Harvard Medical School and Boston University School of Medicine.