UC's Alcohol & Drug Coalition
In an effort to explore the factors associated with alcohol and drug misuse and to reduce the risk for negative outcomes associated with high-risk alcohol and drug use among University of Cincinnati students, the Campus-Community Alcohol and Other Drug Coalition was established by the Division of Student Affairs. The Coalition was charged with addressing high-risk alcohol and drug use among students by Vice President of Student Affairs Debra Merchant and the Student Affairs Leadership Team.
The coalition created several subcommittees to explore issues on- and around campus who developed reports and recommendations that were compiled and prioritized to develop a final report that guides the coalition's work.
Aniesha Mitchell and Brandy Reeves
Policies and Procedures
Chair: Trent Pinto
Prevention and Education
Chair: Sarah Blanton
Data and Communications
Co-chairs: Nicole Mayo and Whitney White
Aniesha Mitchell, Co-Chair, Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards
Brandy Reeves, Co-Chair, Student Wellness Center
Sarah Blanton, Student Wellness Center
Randy Cook, Counseling and Psychological Services
Josh Donath, Resident Education and Development
Juan Guardia, Dean of Students, Division of Student Affairs
Cori Hammoor, Student
Sarah Harkrader, Student
Lindsay Jaffe, Athletics
John Keith, Fraternity and Sorority Life
Victoria Kuhlman, Alumni Association
Nicole Mayo, Division of Student Affairs
Trent Pinto, Resident Education and Development
Antonio Pee, Resident Education and Development
Raelyn Reynolds, PreventionFIRST!
George Richardson, College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Health Services
Tara Scarborough, Counseling and Psychological Services
Richard Sharp, Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards
Amanda Conn Starner, PreventionFIRST!
Zoraida Vale, Office of General Counsel
Whitney White, Parent & Family Programs, Student Affairs Marketing
Madison Wilz, Student
Lisa Zimmer, Department of Social Work
Join the Coalition
If you are interested in joining the Coalition or have any questions, please email the Student Wellness Center.