Partnership to End Addiction announces four new Board members

Partnership to End Addiction added four new members to its Board of Directors in July: Kamala Greene Génecé, Ph.D., Cammie Wolf Rice, Nicole Hanley Pickett and Francesca Bodini, M.B.A. “We are pleased to expand the impressive legacy of Partnership to End Addiction’s Board of Directors with these four incredible women,” said Creighton Drury, CEO of Partnership to End Addiction. “Each new board member brings professional expertise and/or personal experience that will deepen our impact.”  

Kamala Greene Génecé, Ph.D.: “I’ve dedicated my career to finding solutions to the mental health and addiction crises that are disproportionately affecting underserved communities. I’m looking forward to continuing that important work at the Partnership by furthering the organization’s efforts to improve quality treatment and break down the barriers that are preventing people from accessing lifesaving services.” 

Cammie Wolf Rice: “After losing my son, I channeled my pain into purpose by championing addiction prevention. I am passionate about bringing an end to the opioid epidemic, and I’m looking forward to working with Partnership to End Addiction to help make that dream a reality.” 

Nicole Hanley Pickett: “Coming from a family personally affected by loss, I am motivated to help as many families as I can. As a mother, I want to do everything possible to make sure parents learn about the life-saving resources available to them.” 

Francesca Bodini, M.B.A.: “I watched my brother struggle with addiction and anxiety for years before ultimately losing him to an overdose when he was only 20. It broke my heart and sparked my interest in prevention and helping others.” 

View Current Board Members here.