The CCCADA is made up of a small team of dedicated professionals who are passionate about prevention and community change in southern New Jersey. Get to know more about our staff and their projects!
Naomi L. Hubbard
CEO & Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Naomi served as a Camden City Public School Community School Coordinator at St. Bartholomew School, Forrest Hills and Camden High School. With her roots firmly grounded in family, this position afforded her countless opportunities to assist youth and their families to reconnect, to rebuild and to do better.
Naomi earned her BA in Human Services from Antioch University and continued her career in the Camden City School System working with the youth and their families and is a graduate of Leadership NJ and NLI Neighborhood Leadership Institute.
In 1991, Naomi was selected by the Camden County Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Inc. Board of Directors to serve as the first executive director and was given the charge to develop a council right here in Camden county. She was the first African American woman Executive Director/CEO serving in this capacity in the State of New Jersey.
Under Naomi’s leadership, the CCCADA was developed and established as a private, non-profit organization serving the residents of Camden County.
Contact Naomi to learn more about:
- the CCCADA’s history, mission, and how you can get involved with the agency!
Director of Education email@example.com
As a former school teacher, Andrea encountered many students who were impacted by family addiction and other social service issues. Although she found teaching very rewarding, Andrea felt drawn to finding a community-based career that would take a meaningful and holistic approach to preventing and reducing addiction in the family. Even prior to her start at the Council, Andrea knew that “prevention” was a key piece to the puzzle in helping students succeed academically, socially and personally. For almost twenty-one years now, Andrea has had the honor and privilege of working with youth, families, the community and other professionals on substance abuse prevention in a meaningful and rewarding way. Her current role consists of coordinating a regional drug free community coalition that takes a systems-approach to bring awareness, training and resources to local communities and schools to help prevent and reduce substance use and abuse.
When Andrea is not in the office, she enjoys spending time with her husband of twenty-seven years and their two college-age children. With a large extended family and friend group, there are always reasons to host or attend special events that serve to celebrate one another and new beginnings. If Andrea could meet any famous person she’d like to meet Pastor Joel Osteen or (the real) Beverly Goldberg.
Contact Andrea to learn more about:
- Regional Coalitions
- Parents Who Host, Lose the Most programming
- Community-based prevention
- College Internship Program
Program Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob got started in the prevention field while working as a Camden County Metro Police Detective/Sergeant (26 years). Bob was going to several community events and was recommended to get more involved with prevention and education of Drugs & Alcohol with CCCADA within the city of Camden NJ.
Bob has a Masters Degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Administrative Science. Bob is an Adjunct Professor at Temple University and Fairleigh Dickinson University and has been teaching since January of 2009.
Bob is the Coordinator for the Drug Free Communities grant in the city of Camden New Jersey. He graduated the CADCA National Coalition Academy (Baltimore) in February of 2018. Bob is a TIPS certified trainer and also provides free training’s in the areas of:
Current Drug Trends
In his time outside of CCCADA, Bob enjoys watching his 16 y/o daughter play girls softball in High School and Travel ball. Bob is married to Lisa (Conn).
Contact Bob to learn more about:
- Drug Free Community Coalition
- Current Drug Trends Presentations
- Alcohol Server Compliance trainings (TIPS)
- Partnership For Success Grant
- Athletes Grant
- Block Grant/Warmline