Noble Diagnostics Inc. was founded in 2003, in Milwaukee, WI, with the mission of being a comprehensive source for workplace drug and alcohol testing programs. During the early years, the company grew locally, providing collection services for area businesses, as well as expanding its program administration services nationally. The management team surrounded itself with employees dedicated to helping customers maintain a drug-free workplace.

Creating the Medical Review Officer Department in 2009 allowed Noble Diagnostics to shorten the turn-around time for result reporting, as well as monitor the process more completely. As the department expanded, each person was trained on the importance of timely, accurate reporting of results. In 2010, Noble Diagnostics relocated to a larger facility in Brookfield, WI. The expanded location allowed the company to focus on customer needs, adding additional collection site space, as well as office space, to handle the increased demands for a larger client base.

Along with continual growth, Noble Diagnostics remains committed to a high level of customer satisfaction, dedicating itself to managing programs that allow clients to focus on their core business, knowing that their workplace drug and alcohol testing programs are creating a safe, drug-free workplace.

OUR HISTORY

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EXECUTIVE TEAM

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Dan’s first job out of college prepared him to lead, training distributors and operators throughout a 13-state territory and Canada for Bell Laboratories in Madison, Wisconsin. The fast-paced work kept him energized, and the business of sales became his calling.

In 1996, Dan carved out a working space in the kitchen of his West Milwaukee condo to sell onsite drug testing kits. He would cold call employers, occupational health clinics, staffing agencies and hospitals. Onsite drug testing kits were fairly new, so most companies were using a laboratory to test the samples. That meant waiting days for the results. Dan’s customers could now receive their results within a few minutes.

Today, Dan is recognized as a national leader in drug testing innovation. He manages Noble Diagnostics’ operations with an entrepreneur’s wisdom honed over a quarter century. As founder, he takes pride in directing strategy, innovation and implementation through collaboration with his trusted team.

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Tyler proudly served our nation for six years in the U.S. Marine Corps before making use of his criminal justice degree by becoming a law enforcement officer for more than seven years.

In the private sector, Tyler discovered new opportunities working in the transportation industry. He spent most of those years in leadership roles. He led regional operations in the Greater Milwaukee and Chicago areas for Ferrellgas, a nationally known Fortune 1000 company in the gas utilities industry. Later, he was appointed a director position overseeing the safety, compliance, fleet maintenance and training departments for Daily Direct, aka “HAULBIKES,” a specialized trucking company in Milwaukee.

At Noble Diagnostics, Tyler oversees operations and serves as the company’s primary administrative officer. He holds industry certifications including CPC and BAT and is the State of Wisconsin Affiliate for the National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association (NDASA). Tyler challenges employees to continually seek improvement in their processes, which empowers them to have an active role in Noble’s success.

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As Noble’s Vice President, Technical Operations and Marketing, John is charged with managing our supply chain team as well as the strategic management and marketing of Noble’s product lines and vendor relationships. John has over 30 years of experience working with and within laboratories and he has been a member of the Noble team for over five years. After earning a degree in Biology, John ventured into the professional world working the bench as a chemist at analytical laboratories and spent a few years learning laboratory instrument design. With that knowledge, John was able to harness his innovative nature and he earned a U.S. Patent at Gilson, Inc. for one of his designs. 

John continued his career at Perkin Elmer, Inc., a major U.S. based laboratory equipment provider, where he managed service teams for over 15 years. During John’s tenure with Perkin Elmer, Inc., he also managed all equipment service for a leading pharmaceutical research company in Boston, MA.

At Noble, John has continued to use his highly technical background and wealth of laboratory knowledge to build sound partnerships with Noble’s customers and vendors. He continuously looks to improve upon customer satisfaction, often using his experience to streamline customers’ drug and alcohol testing programs while saving them money and making them more efficient.