Noah Rothstein is a Senior Associate in the Environmental Practice at Waxman strategies where he supports client work on various climate and clean energy issues including building electrification and carbon capture. His work is focused on the federal space.
Before joining Waxman Strategies, Noah held various internships in government ranging from the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee to U.S. Senator Gary Peters. He performed research on methane policy in North America and led research projects on conservation initiatives. Most recently, he was Deputy Campaign Manager for the Committee to re-elect Chief Justice McCormack to the Michigan Supreme Court.
Noah graduated from the University of Michigan Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy where he focused on energy and environmental policy. During his time at school, he worked on sustainability initiatives and supported his peers in pursuing careers in clean energy. In his free time, you can find him exploring the outdoors by hiking, biking, and camping. He enjoys finding new restaurants, listening to music, and reading books.Our Team
Helped manage a Michigan Supreme Court campaign that received the most votes in the state’s history for a Supreme Court Justice.
Performed research on methane policy that contributed to a peer-reviewed scientific article.
Drafted oversight letter to the Department of Interior for the U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources.