The opioid epidemic is destroying communities across the country, including those in Maryland.
As a part of its Sharing Solutions initiative, the United States Chamber of Commerce Foundation is traveling around the country to discuss how the business community can play a critical role in combating the opioid crisis in both the workplace and community at large.
Join us as we convene local and national employers, substance use disorder experts, and community leaders for conversations on creating drug free workplaces, education and prevention techniques, how to utilize benefits providers, force multipliers for families, investing in communities and more.
This event is complimentary and seats are limited.
John Hindman, Senior International and Public Affairs Advisor, Leidos
Susan Lorenz-Fisher, Senior Director, Corporate Citizenship, AmerisourceBergen
Gregory Khan-Arthur, DO, Pain Management Specialist, Kaiser Permanente
Stephanie Galica, Senior Director, State and Public Affairs, Northeast, Emergent BioSolutions
Moderated by: Anton Bizzell, MD, Fellow, United States Chamber of Commerce Foundation
Jay Ruis, Executive Vice President of Field Advancement, Addiction Policy Forum
Lisa Dehorty, CEO, Maryland Center for Addiction Treatment
Rich Landis, Co-Director, Technical Assistance Center, Advocates for Human Potential
Marianne Gibson, MS, Director of Planning, Opioid Operational Command Center, Office of the Governor
Moderated by: Josie Beets, Senior Director, National Coordination, SAFE Project US