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“It was a real pleasure to engage with all of you on this [Harm Reduction] panel. I was honored to be a part of the excellent event and look forward to crossing paths again.”
Denise Hien, Ph.D., ABPP (May 17th Panelist)
Vice Provost for Research – New Brunswick Chancellor-Provost’s Office
Director and Helen E. Chaney Professor, Center of Alcohol & Substance Use Studies
Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology
Rutgers University-New Brunswick
“Great job today [May 17, 2022]. I learned a ton! Thanks so much for including us.”
M. Scott Faulkenberry (May 17th Attendee)
SVP / Chief Development Officer
“Really a great event, truly a pleasure to be a part of it.”
Ryan Kaczka (May 17th Panel Moderator)
Stone Street Group
“I was honored to be a part of such a high caliber group of panelists. Ryan [Kaczka] did an awesome job facilitating our discussions as well.”
Malcolm Eade (May 17th Panelist)
CEO and Co-Founder
Spectra Plasmonics (Spectra)
“Thank you for putting together such a great program. There's so much positive movement around improving the crisis, and it's encouraging to see what is being done around the country in different fields.”
Sarah Surber, PhD, JD, MS (May 17th Speaker)
Assistant Professor, Wayne State University
Attorney, Thompson Barney
“The conference held on May 17th in Washington, DC was a one day, comprehensive examination of addiction and mental health disease, challenges related to diverse and equitable response to this deadly disease and the promising innovations and commitment from across the country that provides the hope we all need to continue this work. The organizers were thoughtful in ensuring that a wide range of voices were amplified to allow various perspectives to educate participants. They need to take this show on the road!”
Ann-Marie Foster (May 17th Panelist and NSUDSAP Member)
President & CEO
Phoenix Houses of NY|LI
“The event on Tuesday [May 17th] was completely amazing and, in my case, life-affirming. I cannot overemphasize how important it is to people like myself from rural Appalachia to have our voices raised to a national platform such as this one”...“I had a couple friends register and watched from WV and they were blown away by the quality of the information presented--and many others have asked me for the link so they can watch it. I’m so grateful to have a seat at the table and thank you sincerely from the bottom of my heart.”
Jennie Hill (May 17th Panelist & NSUDSAP Member)
Laotong Yoga, Inc.
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