Medical Records SpecialistKaleb Noble is a Medical Records Specialist in the firm’s Pittsburgh and West Virginia offices.
Prior to joining Chaffin Luhana LLP, Kaleb worked as a Recruitment Specialist for persons with disabilities and a Business Analyst. He attended Chatham University and earned his bachelor’s degree in English with a minor in creative writing. Kaleb’s previous experience working with job seekers with disabilities provided him with a passion to assist others with overcoming obstacles in their lives. He harnesses his passion when working with clients to provide them with compassionate support during their difficult times.
Outside of the office, Kaleb enjoys spending quality time with his friends and family, crocheting, art journaling, and playing tabletop roleplaying games.
2022: Kaleb’s Chaffin Luhana Foundation charity donation was to The Trevor Project this year. This organization is a national, 24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention service that provides crisis support for LGBTQ+ young adults in need.
2021: Kaleb nominated Bender Leadership Academy. This is a non-profit that helps youth and others with disabilities learn workplace skills that will assist them in seeking full-time employment.
2020: Kaleb nominated The Knights and Orchids Society/Astraea Foundation. The Knights and Orchids Society (TKO) is a southern centered grassroots startup founded and led by black, queer, transgender and gender non-conforming people fighting at the intersections of racial and gender justice.
2019: Kaleb nominated Persad Center. Kaleb’s contribution will help the Persad Center provide mental health services to the LGBTQ population in the Pittsburgh area. The Center also hosts several meetups, informative conferences and provide referrals for additional resources – such as advocates to accompany transgender individuals to appointments (for support and educational reasons).