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1 Laurie A. Drabble Page 1 Curriculum Vitae LAURIE DRABBLE, Ph.D. MSW, MPH 1431 Elm Street, El Cerrito, CA (510) EDUCATION Ph.D., Social Welfare, University of California, Berkeley, 2001 MPH, University of California, Berkeley, 1998 MSW, California State University Long Beach, 1993 BA, Social Work, California State University, L.A., 1985 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Associate Professor 2007 to present Assistant Professor 2001 to 2007 San Jose State University, School of Social Work Consultant 1996 to 2001 Laurie Drabble & Associates Private consulting firm specializing in strategic planning, organizational development, training, program design, research, and document development, program design and training services for nonprofit organizations, government agencies, philanthropic organizations and educational institutions. Executive Director 1990 to 1996 California Women's Commission on Alcohol and Drug Dependencies Administered all organizational planning, personnel, fundraising, fiscal systems, membership development, statewide board development, and community relations. Managed implementation of all organizational programs, projects and contracts. Cultivated collaborative initiatives between service delivery systems on state and county levels and built statewide and local networks of diverse leaders, service providers and advocates. Conducted policy analysis and provided leadership and representation of women's issues in alcohol, drug and health fields. Coordinated and implemented local and statewide knowledge translation activities including conferences, trainings, regional workshops and technical assistance services. Authored and edited and wrote a wide range of publications related to women's alcohol/other drug services and policy issues. Associate Director 1989 to 1990 California Women's Commission on Alcohol and Drug Dependencies Provided technical assistance, training, community organizing and program development to agencies and organizations in Los Angeles County and throughout California. Lead Prevention Specialist/Workshop Coordinator 1985 to 1989 Alcoholism Center for Women Information Specialist/Project Coordinator 1983 to 1985 Women's Resource Center, California State University, Los Angeles

2 Laurie A. Drabble Page 2 TEACHING EXPERIENCE Associate/Assistant Professor. Human Behavior in the Social Environment and Research courses. San Jose State University, College of Social Work, August 2001 to present. Instructor. Confronting substance abuse issues. UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare, Summer School course, July August, Co-Instructor. Politics of substance abuse treatment and prevention of substance abuse problems, U.C. Berkeley School of Social Welfare, summer course on Social Problems, July, Co-Instructor. Media Advocacy as a Tool for Advancing Prevention Policy. U.C. Berkeley Extension, Alcohol and Drug Studies, Course on Environmental Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention Strategies. August, RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Principal Investigator, San Jose State University School of Social Work and Alcohol Research Group, Sexual Orientation and Correlates of Alcohol Problems, funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. (October 2009 present). Principal Investigator, San Jose State University School of Social Work, Drug and Alcohol Services and Systems: Collaborative Research Team, funded by the SJSU College of Applied Sciences and Arts (CASA). (October 2009 present). Co-Principal Investigator, San Jose State University School of Social Work, Dependency Advocacy Center Mentor Parent Project Evaluation, funded by the Dependency Advocacy Center and the County of Santa Clara Social Services Agency. (July 2011 present). Principal Investigator, San Jose State University School of Social Work, Field Instruction Initiative: Partnered Research Project, funded by the California Social Work Education Center. (Aug 2011 present). Principal Investigator, San Jose State University School of Social Work, Drug and Alcohol Services and Systems: Collaborative Research Team, funded by the SJSU College of Applied Sciences and Arts (CASA). (October 2009 present). Affiliate Associate Scientist, Alcohol Research Group (ARG), National Alcohol Survey Project, Sexual Orientation Research Team. (October 2002 present). Research Affiliate/Liaison, California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, California Women s Health Survey Project of the California Department of Health Services. (July, 1997 present). Evaluator, County of Santa Cruz, Health Services Agency, Alcohol and Drug Program, Family Preservation Court project, funded by the Children s Bureau, Administration on Children, Youth and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (October, 2007 present). Principal Investigator, San Jose State University College of Social Work, Pathways to Collaboration: Understanding the Role of Values and System-Related Factors that Contribute to the Adoption of Promising Practices between Child Welfare and Alcohol and Drug Systems, funded by the California. (August 2003 June 2006).

3 Laurie A. Drabble Page 3 Co-Investigator, San Jose State University College of Social Work, Factors Related to the Over- Representation of Children of Color in the Child Welfare System study, Santa Clara County Children and Family Services. (May 2002 August 2003). Research Consultant, Adolescent Treatment Project (ATP) Project, Public Health Institute. (September, 2000 August, 2001). Co-Investigator, University of California, Davis, The Center for Human Services, Needs assessment research project/alcohol and Drug Training in the Field of Child Welfare. (June 2001 September 2002). Research Consultant, National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, Washington D.C., Democracy and Philanthropy Project. (1999) Research Consultant, California Women s Health Collaborative, Oakland, California, Voices for Women s Health Research Project. ( ) Graduate Research Assistant, U.C. Berkeley School of Public Health, Attitudes of People with Disabilities toward Death with Dignity Legislation: Broadening the Dialogue Project. (December, 1999 August, 2000). Graduate Research Assistant, Health Research Group, Center for Social Services Research, U.C. Berkeley School of Social Welfare, Social Welfare Health Specialization Curriculum Evaluation Project. Research design, implementation, analysis, and article writing. (August, 1996 December, 1999). Graduate Research Assistant, Bay Area Social Services Consortium, U.C. Berkeley School of Social Welfare, Child Welfare and Substance Abuse Training Monograph Project. (May, 1997 August, 1997). Graduate Research Assistant, California Social Work Education Center, U.C. Berkeley School of Social Welfare, Curriculum Development Project, Child Welfare and Substance Abuse Training Resource Compendium. (August, 1996 May, 1997). Peer Reviewed Articles PUBLICATIONS Condit, M., Kitaji, K., Drabble, L., & Trocki, K. (2011) Sexual Minority Women and Alcohol: Intersections between drinking, relational contexts, stress, and coping. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 23(3), Drabble, L. & Poole, N. (2011). Collaboration between addiction treatment and child welfare: Challenges and opportunities in a Canadian context. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 11, Drabble, L, Poole, N., Magri, R., Tumwesiguy, N.M., Qing, L., Plant, M. (2011). Conceiving risk, divergent Responses: Perspectives on the evolution of the construction of FASD in six countries. Substance Use and Misuse, 46(8),

4 Laurie A. Drabble Page 4 Drabble, Laurie (2011) Advancing Collaborative Practice Between Substance Abuse Treatment and Child Welfare Fields: What Helps and Hinders the Process? Journal of Social Work Administration, 35(1), Trocki, K., Drabble, L., & Midanik, L.T. (2009) Tobacco, marijuana use and sensation-seeking: Comparisons across gay, lesbian, bisexual and heterosexual groups. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 23(4), Trocki, K. & Drabble, L. (2008). Bar patronage and motivational predictors of drinking in the San Francisco bay area: Gender and sexual identity differences. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 40 (SARC Supplement 5), Drabble, L. (2007). Pathways to collaboration: Exploring values and collaborative practice between child welfare and substance abuse treatment fields. Child Maltreatment, 12(1), Hines, A. M., Lee, P. A., Osterling, K. L., & Drabble, L. (2007). Factors predicting family reunification for African American, Latino, Asian and white families in the child welfare system. Journal of Child and Family Studies 16(2), Midanik, L.T., Drabble, L., & Trocki, K, Sell, R. (2006). Sexual orientation and alcohol use: Identity versus behavior measures. Journal of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health Research, 3(1), Drabble L. & Trocki, K. (2005). Alcohol consumption, alcohol-related problems, and other substance use among lesbian and bisexual women. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 9 (3), (Copublished simultaneously as Making lesbians visible in the substance use field, pp , by E. Ettorre, Ed., 2005, Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press). Drabble, L., Midanik, L. T., & Trocki, K. (2005). Reports of alcohol consumption and alcohol-related problems among homosexual, bisexual and heterosexual respondents: Results from the 2000 National Alcohol Survey. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 66, Trocki, K, Drabble, L., & Midanik, L. T. (2005). Use of heavier drinking contexts among heterosexuals, homosexuals and bisexuals: Results from a national household probability survey. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 66, Drabble, L., Keatley, J., & Marcelle, G. (2003). Progress and opportunities in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender health communications. Journal of Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs 20 (2), Drabble, L. (2000). Alcohol tobacco and pharmaceutical industry funding: Considerations for organizations serving lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities. Journal of Lesbian and Gay Social Services, 11 (1), Drabble, L. (1996). Elements of effective services for recovering alcoholic women. Journal of Chemical Dependency Treatment 6, (1/2), 1-22.

5 Laurie A. Drabble Page 5 Book Chapters/Other Publications Drabble, L., Eliason, M. J., & Reyes, M. (2010) Meet Me at the Bar? Patterns of Alcohol and Drug Use Among Lesbians. In S. Dibble (Ed.) Lesbian Health 101: A Clinician s Guide. San Francisco: University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Nursing Press. Eliason, M. J., & Drabble, L. (2010) Got a light? Smoking and lesbians. In S. Dibble (Ed.) Lesbian Health 101: A Clinician s Guide. San Francisco: University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Nursing Press. Drabble, L. (2006). Alcohol Consumption Among Adult Women: Findings from the California Women s Health Survey, In Women s Health: Findings from the California Women s Health Survey, (pp ). Sacramento, CA: California Department of Health Services. Drabble, L., Keatley, J., & Marcelle, G. (2006). Media strategies for advancing health in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. In M. Shankle (Ed.) Handbook of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender public health: A practitioner s guide to service (pp ). Binghamton, New York: Harrington Park Press. Drabble, L., & Trocki, K. (2005). Alcohol consumption, alcohol-related problems, and other substance use among lesbian and bisexual women. In E. Ettorre, (Ed.), Making lesbians visible in the substance use field (pp ). Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press. (Copublished simultaneously as Journal of Lesbian Studies, 9 (3), 19-30). Drabble, L. & Underhill, B. (2002). Effective interventions and treatment for lesbians. In S.L. Straussner & S. Brown (Eds.), Handbook for addiction treatment for women: Theory and practice (pp ). New York: Jossey-Bass. Drabble, L. (Sept/Oct, 1999). Training providers: Working with lesbian clients. Prevention Pipeline 12(5), Grossman, B. & Drabble, L. (1999). What addiction professionals need to know about welfare reform and child welfare. Prevention Pipeline, 12(2), 6-8. Selected Research, Policy and Training Publications Drabble, L., & Epstein, J. (2010). Knowledge of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and Beliefs about Drinking During Pregnancy: California Women s Health Survey 2006 and Sacramento, CA: California Department of Health Services, Office of Women s Health. Drabble, L., & Epstein, J. (2008). Alcohol and Tobacco Use Among Pregnant and Nonpregnant Women. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Health Services, Office of Women s Health. Drabble, L., Osterling, K. L., Tweed, M., & Pearce, C.A.. (2008). Pathways to collaboration: Factors that help and hinder collaboration between substance abuse and child welfare fields. Berkeley: University of California at Berkeley, California Social Work Education Center. Drabble, L. (2006, Summer). Health and Mental Health Problems among California Women by Drinking Status: Abstainers, Moderate Drinkers and Heavier Drinkers. Data Point, 4(3).

6 Laurie A. Drabble Page 6 Sacramento, CA: California Department of Health Services, Office of Women s Health. Drabble, L., Tweed, M., & Osterling, K. L. (with Navarrette, L., Pearce, C., Ribeiro, P., & Twomey, E.). (2006). Pathways to collaboration: Understanding the role of values and system-related factors in collaborative practice between child welfare and substance abuse treatment fields. Berkeley: University of California at Berkeley, California Social Work Education Center. Hines, A., Lee, P., Drabble, L., Lemon, K., & Snowden, L.R. (2003, September). An Evaluation of Factors Related to the Disproportionate Representation of Children of Color in Santa Clara County s Child Welfare System: Phase 3 final report. San Jose, CA: San Jose State University College of Social Work, Child Welfare Research Team Klein, D., Shane, P., Barry, G., Carrigan, J., Drabble, L. and McNally, S. (2003, September) Adolescent Treatment Project Evaluation: Final Report. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs. Drabble, L., & Underhill, B. (2002, August) Alcohol and drug training in the field of child welfare: Summary of a needs assessment in Northern California. Davis, California: The Center for Human Services, University of California, Davis. Carrigan, J., Drabble, L., Fichter, E., Klein, D., McNally, S, Shane, P., & Weaver, M. (2002, March). Year one report of the Adolescent Treatment Project Youth Treatment Standards Workgroup. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs. Drabble, L. (2000, April). Forging a new public policy landscape: Directions for foundation support of progressive public policy nonprofits. Washington DC: National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy. Drabble, L. (2000, January). Advancing gay and lesbian health: A report from the gay and lesbian health roundtable. Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center Drabble, L. (1999). Ethical fundraising for LGBT and HIV/AIDS community based organizations: Practice guidelines when considering alcohol, tobacco and pharmaceutical funding. Oakland, CA: Progressive Research and Training for Action. Drabble, L. (1998). Voices for women s health: Assessing the concerns and needs of grassroots consumers and providers. Berkeley, CA: California Women s Health Collaborative. Drabble, L. (1997). Child welfare and substance abuse. (Training Monograph). Berkeley, CA: Bay Area Child Welfare Training Academy. Drabble, L. (1997). Prevention strategies for adolescent females training manual. Sacramento, CA: Evaluation, Management and Training, Inc. Drabble, L. (1996). Resource notebook for training on child welfare and substance abuse. Berkeley, CA: California Social Work Education Center. Drabble, L, Folayan, A. & Simmons, O. (1995). Working with survivors of sexual abuse in recovery. Los Angeles, CA: California Women's Commission on Alcohol and Drug Dependencies. Drabble, L. & Hora, P. (1994). Substance abuse and women. Sacramento, CA: California Elected Women's Association for Education and Research (CEWAER).

7 Laurie A. Drabble Page 7 Ad Hoc Peer Reviewer Allyn & Bacon, text book Addiction Journal of Health Communication Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research Journal of the American Public Health Association Drug and Alcohol Dependence International Journal of Drug Policy PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES Drabble, L. (2010, June) Collaboration between addiction treatment and child welfare: A Canadian context. Paper presented at the 35 th Annual Alcohol Epidemiology Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol, Lasaunne, Switzerland. Drabble, L, Poole, N., Magri, R., Tumwesiguy, N.M., Qing, L. (2009, June). Conceiving Risk, Divergent Responses Perspectives on the Evolution of the Construction of FASD in Five Countries. Plenary presentation and paper presented at the 34 th Annual Alcohol Epidemiology Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol, Copenhagen, Denmark. Drabble, L, Poole, N., Magri, R., Tumwesiguy, N.M., Qing, L. (2009, March). Conceiving Risk, Divergent Responses Perspectives on the Evolution of the Construction of FASD in Five Countries. Plenary presentation and paper presented at the 3rd International Conference on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Victoria, BC, Canada. Drabble, L. (2008, June) Advancing Collaborative Practice Between Substance Abuse Treatment and Child Welfare Fields: What Helps and Hinders the Process? Paper presented at the 34 th Annual Alcohol Epidemiology Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Drabble, L. (2006, June) Pathways to collaboration: Factors that help and hinder collaboration between the fields of child welfare and substance abuse treatment. Paper presented at the 32 nd Annual Alcohol Epidemiology Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol, Maastricht, Netherlands. Drabble, L., and Underhill, B.L. (2004, July). Training in context: Advancing program and policy through training. Presentation for the National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare (NCSACW) national conference on substance abuse and child welfare, Baltimore, MD. Drabble, L, Trocki, K.F., Midanik, L. (2004, June). Comparison of alcohol use and alcohol-related problems among heterosexuals, homosexuals and bisexuals: Results of the year 2000 National Alcohol Survey. Paper presented at the 30 th Annual Alcohol Epidemiology Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol, Helsinki, Finland. Drabble, L. (2003, November). Reports of drug and tobacco use among bisexual and homosexual respondents: Results of the year 2000 National Alcohol Survey. Poster presentation at the meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Francisco, CA.

8 Laurie A. Drabble Page 8 Drabble, L. (2002, November). Reports of alcohol use and alcohol-related problems among bisexual and homosexual respondents: Results of the year 2000 National Alcohol Survey. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA. Drabble, L. (2002, June). Women and alcohol consumption: Results of a statewide survey. Poster presentation at the meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism, San Francisco, CA. Drabble, L. (2002, January). Women, alcohol consumption and health: Results of a statewide survey. Poster presentation at the meeting of the Society for Social Work Research, San Diego, CA. Drabble, L. (2000, November). Women, alcohol consumption and health: Results of a statewide survey. Paper (preliminary results) presented at the meeting of the American Public Health Association, Boston, MA. Drabble, L. (1999, November) Building healthy communities and strong organizations: Model guidelines for LGBT organizations on tobacco, alcohol, and pharmaceutical industry funding. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Public Health Association, Chicago, Ill. Drabble, L. (1999, June). Statewide advocacy: Advancing women s health and treatment services. Poster presentation at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration National Women s Conference, Los Angeles, CA. Drabble, L. (1999, June). Models for training to advance substance abuse and health services for lesbians. Poster presentation at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration National Women s Conference, Los Angeles, CA. Dunkle, J. & Drabble, L. (1999, March). Health care in the 21 st Century: Implications for practice and education. Paper presented at the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Drabble, L. (1998, November). Voices for women s health: Advocating for consumers and grass roots providers. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC. Drabble, L. (1998, July). Healthy policies for health organizations: Guidelines for nonprofits about alcohol, tobacco and pharmaceutical industry funding. Paper presented at the National Lesbian & Gay Health Conference and National AIDS/HIV Forum, San Francisco, CA. Drabble, L. (1996, September). Elements of effective recovery services for women alcoholics. Poster presentation at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Conference on Women, Phoenix, AZ. Marcelle, G. & Drabble, L. (July, 1996). Sold out: Alcohol/tobacco funding in lesbian/gay & HIV/AIDS organizations as a barrier to prevention. Paper presented at the National Lesbian & Gay Health Conference and National AIDS/HIV Forum, Seattle, WA.

9 Laurie A. Drabble Page 9 SELECTED PRESENTATIONS AND WORKSHOPS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS Drabble, L. (2010, September) Collaboration between substance abuse treatment and child welfare fields: Lessons learned from research in California and British Columbia. Invited presentation at the Provost s University Scholar Series, San José State University, San Jose, CA. Drabble, L. (2010, August) Research to practice on women and substance abuse issues: Linking addictions and child welfare practice. Invited presentation at the B.C. Centre of Excellence for Women s Health. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Drabble, L. (2010). Pathways to collaboration: What helps and hinders collaboration between child welfare and substance abuse treatment fields? Presentation for the California Welfare Directors Association, Children s Committee, February 11, Sacramento, California. Drabble, L. (2010, February). Pathways to collaboration: What helps and hinders collaboration between child welfare and substance abuse treatment fields? Presentation for the California Welfare Directors Association, Children s Committee Sacramento, California. Drabble, L. (2008, September). Pathways to collaboration between child welfare and alcohol and drug treatment systems: Factors that help and hinder collaboration. Presentation for the British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women s Health, Vancouver B.C., Canada. Drabble, L. (2008, May). Pathways to collaboration: Factors that help and hinder the process of collaboration. Special statewide Webinar presentation for the California Social Work Education Center (CalSWEC). Drabble, L. (2007, November). Alcohol use and FASD awareness among women in California: Findings from the California Women s Health Survey. Presentation to the California FASD Task Force, Sacramento, CA. Drabble, L. & Eliason, M. (2007, September). Sexual orientation and substance abuse among women. Presentation at the Substance Abuse Research Consortium Meeting, Focus on Treatment Issues, Trends, and Practices for Women and Children, Sacramento, CA. Drabble, L & Trocki, K. (2007, May). Sexual orientation and substance abuse. Presentation at the Substance Abuse Research Consortium Meeting, Focus on Treatment Issues, Trends, and Practices for Women and Children, Pasadena, CA. Drabble, L. & Trocki, K. & Midanik, L.T. (2006, October) Alcohol consumption, alcohol-related problems, and alcohol dependence among lesbian and bisexual women: Results of the National Alcohol Survey. Presentation at the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association Conference, San Francisco, CA. Drabble, L., Trocki, K., & Midanik, L.T. (2005, September). Alcohol consumption and alcohol related problems among lesbian, bisexual and heterosexual respondents: Results of the Year 2000 National Alcohol Survey. Presentation at the Research Forum, University of California San Francisco Lesbian Health Center, San Francisco, CA. Drabble, L. (2003, September). Substance abuse and child welfare services. Workshop conducted at the 1 st Annual Alcohol and Drug Partnership Conference, Stanislaus County Behavioral Health and Recover Services/Alcohol and Drug Programs and Central Valley Mental Health Training Center, Modesto, CA.

10 Laurie A. Drabble Page 10 Young, N. & Drabble, L. (2000, June). Alcohol and drug treatment and child welfare: Integrating services. Workshop conducted at the Fifth State Systems Development Program, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration/Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Orlando, FL. Grossman, B. & Drabble, L. (2000, May). Training in context: Training and cross training in substance abuse and child welfare fields. Workshop presented at Children and Family Futures conference, Equal Partners/Shared Goals for California County Alcohol/Drug and Child Welfare Administrators and other providers and policy makers, Ontario, CA. Drabble, L. (2000, April). Elders and substance abuse. Workshop presented at the annual California Women s Commission on Addictions conference, Pacific Grove, CA. Drabble, L. (2000, February). Adult learning theory and interdisciplinary training. Plenary presentation at the Drug Endangered Children s Project of the California Women s Commission on Addictions, Training of Trainers, Los Angeles, CA. Drabble, L. (2000, February). Ethical funding for community-based organizations: Alternative sponsorship. Workshop presented for a special meeting of the Lesbian and Gay Community Prevention Council, Los Angeles, CA. Drabble, L. (2000, February). Basics of evaluation. Workshop presented for a special meeting of the Lesbian and Gay Community Prevention Council, Los Angeles, CA. Drabble, L. (1999, September). Prevention frameworks for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities. Workshop at the California Prevention Summit, Sacramento, CA. Drabble, L. (1998, April). Feminism and women s treatment: A social movement perspective. Workshop presented at the California Women s Commission on Alcohol and Drug Dependencies Annual Conference, Pacific Grove, CA. Drabble, L. (1998, January). Voices for women s health: Health concerns of grassroots providers and consumers in California. Plenary presentation at the California Women s Health Leadership Conference, San Diego, CA. Drabble, L. (1997, January). What is women s health? Plenary presentation at the Center for Collaborative Planning, California Women s Health Leadership Conference, San Diego, CA. Drabble, L. (1996, October). Community strategies for preventing and addressing substance abuse problems in children at risk. Teleconference for the Center for Collaborative Planning, Community, Collaboratives for Healthy Children. Drabble, L. (1996, October). Media advocacy in lesbian and gay communities. Workshop presented at the Alive with Pleasure: Environmental Strategies for the Prevention of Alcohol and Tobacco Problems in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Communities Conference, San Francisco, CA. Drabble, L. (1996, July). Addressing issues of violence and abuse among women in recovery. Workshop presented at the Aurora Women s Treatment Centre, Vancouver and Victoria Alcohol and Drug Services Clinic, Victoria, Canada.

11 Laurie A. Drabble Page 11 Drabble, L. (1996, April). Community strategies for addressing substance abuse issues. Workshop presented at the Center for Collaborative Planning, Healthy Children Collaborative Sharing: Many Roads to Success Conference, Sacramento, CA. Drabble, L. and others (1995, October). Preventing alcohol-related disabilities. Expert panel presentation for California Department of Health Services, Disability Prevention Advisory Committee Meeting, San Diego, CA. Drabble, L. (1995, September). Meeting the needs of women in recovery: Challenges and solutions. Workshop presented at the California Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors Annual Conference, Fresno, CA. Drabble, L. (1994, September). Policy, planning and public health. Keynote presentation and moderator, California Women's Commission on Alcohol and Drug Dependencies/California Conference on Alcohol Problems Special Session on Women and Policy, Sacramento, CA. Drabble, L. (1993, August). Advocacy: How to make a difference. Workshop presented at the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs and the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) Building the System for the Future: A Perinatal Conference, L.A, CA. Drabble, L. (1993, June). Speaking on behalf of women: Advocacy strategies for the 90's. Workshop presented at the Alcohol and Drug Problems Association (ADPA) National Women's Issues Conference, Minneapolis, MN. Drabble, L. (1992, September). Social and community model services for women. Plenary presentation at the Seventeenth Annual California Conference of Alcohol Problems, Ontario, CA. Drabble, L. (1992, May). From the grassroots up: How to develop a local women's coalition. Workshop presented at the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Women's Leadership Development Forum Statewide Conference, San Francisco, CA. Drabble, L. & Van Den Bergh, N. (1991, April) Tools for working with women in the 90's. Workshop presented at the Western District Employee Assistance Programs Association Conference, Laguna Beach, CA. Drabble, L. (1988). Alcohol and domestic violence: Multiple connections. Plenary presentation at the Conference on Families in Crisis, Human Options and Saddleback College, Los Angeles, CA. SELECTED SPECIAL TRAINING & TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROJECTS Institute for Collaborative Response for Victims of Family Violence. Research Director and Curriculum Coordinator. October, 2009 present. Santa Cruz County Family Preservation Court. Evaluation planning and implementation for demonstration project funded by the Children s Bureau, Administration on Children, Youth and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. January, 2008 June 2010

12 Laurie A. Drabble Page 12 Santa Clara County Zero to Three Dependency Drug Court Project. Strategic planning facilitation and consultation. March, 2008 October, Master s Advanced Curriculum (MAC) Project, Council on Social Work Education, National Center for Gerontological Social Work Education. Co-Chair and Consultant, Substance Use & Misuse Workgroup. May, 2007 June, A National Conference on Women, Addition and Recovery: News You Can Use. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and California-Using the News: Post Conference Strategy Session and Training. California meeting coordinated by the California Women, Children and Families (CalWCF) Technical Assistance Project. Facilitator. Orange County, CA, July, 12-14, Effective Alcohol/Drug Treatment Services for Women A Consensus Building Forum. Women s Constituent Committee, Director s Advisory Council, State of California Department of Alcohol & Drug Programs. Co-coordinator, presenter and facilitator. October, Invitational Researchers Forum: Developing Knowledge to Improve Outcomes for Families with Substance Use Disorders in the Child Welfare or Family Court Systems. National Center of Substance Abuse and Child Welfare, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration/Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, and Administration on Children Youth and Families, Children s Bureau, Office on Child Abuse and Neglect. December Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Workgroup. Center for Substance Abuse Treatment. Strategic planning and meeting facilitation. October, 2000 December, Child Welfare and Substance Abuse Training Project. Curriculum evaluation and consultation for the Advanced Substance Abuse Curriculum UC Davis, The Center for Human Services Training & Development, September 2000 September Women s Health Council Formation. Technical assistance with planning, formation, facilitation and initial strategic plan for Women s Health Council. State of Missouri, Department of Health Services, Office of Women s Health. September 1999 February Gay and Lesbian Health Roundtable Project. Technical assistance with planning, design, facilitation and writing final report. L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center. June 1999 February Strategic Planning/Development of a Prevention Agenda. Design, facilitate and document county-wide planning process. Sonoma County Department of Health Services, Prevention Division. September, 1999 January Contra Costa County Substance Abuse Advisory Board. Strategic planning and board development. Contra Costa County Substance Abuse Services. February-April, 2002; January-March, 2000; January- March,1999; June-August, Values conflict and motivational interviewing to support client change, Child Welfare Institute on Substance Abuse, UC Davis Center for Human Services Training and Development, Davis, California, June, Child Welfare and Addiction Services Project. Needs assessment, conference co-coordination, and participation in cross-systems planning. Addiction Training Technology Center, University of California, San Diego. May, 1997 December 1998.

13 Laurie A. Drabble Page 13 Media advocacy: Skills for grassroots activists and Developing policy options for prevention. Workshop trainer for Marin Institute for the Prevention of Alcohol, Drugs and Tobacco Problems, Environmental Strategies for the Prevention of Alcohol and Other Drug Problems, February, 1997, June, 1995 and June,1994. Los Angeles County Women s Policy and Strategy Focus Group. Interagency strategic planning process. Los Angeles County Alcohol and Drug Program Administration. July, Prevention strategies for adolescent girls and young women, Evaluation Management and Training, Inc California Prevention Extension Statewide Training Series, Lake County, Tulare County, Riverside County, Placer County, and Sutter County, CA, 1997 & Serving gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people: Developing a culturally competent approach, Los Angeles, Humboldt and Ventura California County Alcohol and Drug Program Administrations, 1995 & Creative ways to fund alcohol and other drug services, California Association of Alcoholic Recovery Resources and Social Model Recovery Systems, Inc. Regional Training, Los Angeles, CA, March, Meeting the Needs of Women with Disabilities: A Blueprint for Change. Document review and editorial assistance for booklet series. Berkeley Planning Associates Alcohol & Drug Treatment System Managed System of Care Planning Project. Technical assistance, strategic planning, advisory board development, meeting facilitation, and document development. Los Angeles County Alcohol and Drug Program Administration. January August, Social Services and Alcohol and Drug Cross-Training Project. Needs assessment and development of cross-training model, Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. January April, Substance abuse and adolescent females. California Department of Health Services, Adolescent Family Life Program (AFLP) Case Manager Training Conference, Los Angeles, CA, April, Office of Family Planning Chemically Dependent Women Demonstration Projects. Technical assistance, grant review, and strategic planning. January December, Social model and therapeutic community approaches to recovery, U.C. San Diego Summer School of Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Studies, San Diego, California, August, CIVIC AND COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES Member, County of Santa Clara Department of Alcohol and Drug Services Research and Evaluation Advisory Group, present Member, California Women s Health Survey Workgroup, California Department of Health Services Office of Women's Health, 2001 present. Chair ( ), Steering Committee Member, Women's Health Council, California Department of Health Services Office of Women's Health, Member, Former Chair, Women's Constituent Committee, State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs Director's Advisory Council, Advisory Board Member, California Women s Health Collaborative,

14 Laurie A. Drabble Page 14 Faculty Advisor, Women s Health Leadership Project, Co-Coordinator, Alive with Pleasure: Environmental Strategies for the Prevention of Alcohol and Tobacco Problems in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Communities Conference, Field Work Supervisor and Mentor, UCLA School of Public Health, Team Leader, Los Angeles Women's Foundation Grant Review Committee, Volunteer Consultant, Management Assistance Partnership, Los Angeles Women's Foundation, Chair, San Fernando Valley Alcohol Policy Coalition, Chair, Media Advocacy Committee, Los Angeles Alcohol Policy Coalition, Chair, Los Angeles County Coalition for Women's Alcohol and Other Drug Services, Committee Member, Special Populations Master Plan Committee, Los Angeles County Alcohol and Drug Program Administration, Steering Committee Member, Perinatal Focus 93 Conference, State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, November, Planning Committee Member, California Women's Leadership Development Conference, State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Board of Directors/Board Development Committee, AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Member, State Advisory Board Member, AIDS Health Project, Chair, Board of Directors, Southern California Women's Substance Abuse Task Force, Member, Board of Directors, Disabilities Substance Abuse Task Force, SPECIAL APPOINTMENTS/AWARDS Appointment as Coach (2009) and Executive Coach (2010) for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration/Center for Substance Abuse Treatment Women s Addiction Services Leadership Institute (WASLI) Program. Visiting Scholar, British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women s Health, British Columbia, Canada, Affiliate Mentor, The Intersections of Mental Health Perspectives in Addictions Research Training (IMPART) project, British Columbia, Canada. (2008/2009) Dean of College of Applied Sciences and Arts (CASA), San José State University, Outstanding Service Award, May Director s Award, California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, Friend of the Field Award, May Appointment as Mentor for the Robert Wood Johnson Developing Leadership in Reducing Substance Abuse (DLRSA) Program, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Training Fellowship, Alcohol Research Group, January 1998 August, University Fellowship for graduate study in Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Fellowship for graduate study in Social Welfare at the University of California, Berkeley, Commendation for Service, Director of California Department of Health Services, Leadership Appreciation Award, California Department of Alcohol Beverage Control, 1996.

15 Laurie A. Drabble Page 15 Certificate of Appreciation, Los Angeles City Attorney s Office, Women s Leadership Award, Prototypes Women s Center, Recipient of First Annual Anthony J. Puentes Advocacy Award, California Advocates for Pregnant Women, Appointee to California Department of Alcohol and Drug Program's Managed Care Policy Advisory Committee and Steering Committee, UNIVERSITY SERVICE Member, College of Applied Sciences and Arts, Institute for Collaborative Response for Victims of Family Violence project team present. Strategic Plan Facilitator, School of Social Work, present Chair, Search Committee for Director of Social Work, 2011/2012 Chair, School of Social Work Reaccreditation Planning Project, Sept 2010-present; May 2005 May, 2008 Assessment Coordinator and Assessment Committee Chair, School of Social Work, , 2010 present Chair, Retention Tenure and Promotion Committee, School of Social Work, 2010/2011 Co-Investigator, School of Social Work, Learning Productivity Project Curriculum Development and Assessment Grant, Jan, 2007 May, Chair, San Jose State University Assessment Committee, Chair, School of Social Work Human Behavior and the Social Environment sequence, ) Member ( present) Co-chair, School of Social Work Technical Writing Committee, Faculty Liaison, School of Social Work Graduation Committee, Member, School of Social Work Curriculum Committee, Member, School of Social Work IV-E Program Committee, , present Member, School of Social Work Admissions Committee, 2002 present Faculty Mentor, Graduate Equity Fellowship Program, AFFILIATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS American Public Health Association Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol Gender, Alcohol and Culture: An International Study (GENACIS) National Women's Health Network

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