Bio | Elizabeth Blackwell-Moore, MPH

Liz Blackwell-Moore has been working in the field of substance use and chronic disease prevention since 2000, first in direct service as a case manager and for the last 15 years specializing in substance use prevention. In 2016, Liz served on the Maine Opioid Collaborative, a group organized by the Governor to create recommendations for addressing the opioid misuse problem. She currently provides training and technical assistance to communities, coalitions, and organizations on addressing addiction and opioid misue as well as translating public health research into practice and implementing a restorative trauma-informed approach to public health problems. Liz has her master’s degree from Boston University’s School of Public Health and is a Certified Prevention Specialist.