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Managing Director, City of Philadelphia
Brian Abernathy was appointed Managing Director by Mayor James F. Kenney in January 2019. Brian previously served as First Deputy Managing Director, overseeing the City’s major operating departments and their day-to-day functions. Abernathy oversaw the City’s preparations for the Democratic National Convention in 2016 and the NFL Draft in 2017. He presently oversees the Philadelphia Resilience Project, Mayor Jim Kenney’s response to the opioid crisis.
Project Director, Substance Use Prevention and Treatment Initiative, The Pew Charitable Trusts
Beth Connolly directs Pew's substance use prevention and treatment initiative. She leads research and technical assistance efforts across the federal government and states to promote evidence-based transformation of the treatment system, expand the substance use disorder workforce, optimize coverage and reimbursement for effective treatment, and improve the delivery and coordination of care for underserved populations.
President & CEO, Philadelphia Works, Inc.
Medical Director, CleanSlate Centers
Associate Professor of Public Health, Temple University
Vice President, Delta Products
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