Katie Greeley, LCSW, CADC

Founder and Senior Prevention Consultant


Katie Greeley, LCSW, CADC is a graduate of the University of Chicago Master of Social Work Program, and the Advanced Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Program. In Chicago, Katie was a founding member of the team developing the Substance Use and Prevention Program (SUPP) for the Potocsnak Family Division of Adolescent Medicine at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital. She has many years of experience providing clinical services for patients experiencing substance use disorders through the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, and has conducted prevention education and consultation services domestically and internationally in over 20 states and 15 countries for over 20,000 individuals. Katie delivers an evidence-based prevention curriculum and provides solutions tailored for your community, drawing on her years of clinical experience, training in prevention, and her perspective as an individual in healthy recovery from addiction. 


Dr. Moira Kyweluk, PhD, MPH

Director of Curriculum and Data Analytics


Moira Kyweluk holds a joint PhD and a Masters of Public Health from Northwestern University. Moira oversees evidence-based curriculum development for substance use and LGBTQIA+ services as well as data analytics for our clients. Her extensive public health background includes work in behavioral health settings on both qualitative and quantitative data analysis. Moira's research and publication record includes both large-scale, longitudinal data analysis, as well as more focused, qualitative work on youth health initiatives, including targeted public health interventions around opiate overdose prevention and reproductive health needs among gender expansive and transgender youth.


Dr. Mary Anne Fitzpatrick, PhD

Higher Education Consultant


Dr. Fitzpatrick has served for more than 25 years as university administrator at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of South Carolina (USC), most recently as the Vice President for System Planning at USC. She advises on the unique health and wellness needs of students in higher education settings. Dr. Fitzpatrick is an internationally-recognized expert in family communication, including notable work on substance use within families and the social psychology of gender in family dynamics.