(Profile from Wikipedia)
Nicole Fisher is a human rights and political advisor, primarily focusing on health care. Fisher is a Contributor for Forbes Magazine, has spoken at the United Nations, and often appears on news and sports networks. She has also been council to political advisors like Doug Holtz-Eakin, former Director of the Congressional Budget Office. In 2013 Fisher left the public sector to create a private consulting firm focused on health and human rights: HHR Strategies, Inc.
Fisher has been an advisor on Capitol Hill and North Carolina, Illinois and Louisiana state legislatures. Her legislative writing primarily focuses on health reform, Medicare and Medicaid. At the state and federal level she crafted concussion legislation for youth sports and accused the NFL of altering neuroscience data. In 2012, Fisher was a signatory to an amicus curiae brief submitted to the Supreme Court in support of severability during the National Federation of Independent Business v Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services, as it pertained to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. In 2016 Fisher received critique for an immigration reform brief she released with the MacArthur Foundation on the US health labor sector.
In 2015, Fisher was named Executive Director of the Global Brain Health Coalition, a nonprofit focused on brain health. To much controversy, in 2015 Fisher started a series of concussion events at NFL gatherings. Each year at the Super Bowl she hosts a brain health event with agent Leigh Steinberg. The event for Super Bowl LI in Texas claims support by the NFLPA, NFLAA and veteran groups including the VA.