Directors Will Support L.E.A.D.’s Mission to Educate Communities Across the U.S. on the Dangers of Drugs and Violence
ALLENTOWN, NJ, Dec. 1, 2021 – Law Enforcement Against Drugs & Violence (L.E.A.D.), a non-profit dedicated to educating communities about the dangers of drugs, has announced the new Executive Officers of its Board of Directors.
The board members are:
Chairman: Thomas Marinaro
Vice Chair: William Schievella
First Vice Chair: Kevin Haney
Second Vice Chair: Colette Balaam
Treasurer: Craig Dugan
Secretary: Sheriff Kevin Rambosk
Non-Executive President: Joseph Grano
Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO): Nick DeMauro
Marinaro, Schievella, Haney and Balaam will serve as Officers.
Other board members include:
Dr. Richard Bozza, Chief Steve Casstevens, Chief Paul Cell, Chief Bob Kugler, Lloyd Levinson, ESQ, and Mayor Timothy McDonough
“We thank the entire Board for their dedication and support of the organization’s mission in protecting communities and children in the U.S. from the dangers of drugs and violence,” said Nick DeMauro, CEO of L.E.A.D. “We are excited to see the progress they make in contributing toward creating safer, healthier communities free of these issues.”
L.E.A.D. is taught in 40 states by over 2800 dedicated police officers, teachers and prevention specialists, who provide leadership and resources to allow law enforcement agencies to partner with educators, community leaders and families. As the only proven effective anti–drug, anti–violence curriculum for students K-12, the L.E.A.D. curriculum is taught over the course of a 10-week program to educate our youth on how they can make smart decisions without the involvement of drugs.
For more info on L.E.A.D’s Board of Directors, please visit https://www.leadrugs.org/about-us/board-of-directors/.
L.E.A.D. provides the leadership, resources and management to ensure law enforcement agencies have the means to partner with educators, community leaders, and families. L.E.A.D. succeeds by providing proven and effective programs to deter youth and adults from drug use, drug related crimes, bullying and violence. L.E.A.D. is committed to reinforcing the mutual respect, goodwill and relations between law enforcement and their communities. For more information, visit https://www.leadrugs.org/.