available culled from what is happening on the streets, in your home and schools, on the job, and in the courts.
Organizing and framing information
so that it’s clear and purposeful – making sure audiences can understand, relate, and use the facts.
Tailored to each audience
and customized to provide actionable steps to protect our families, our communities, and our workplaces.
Bob Stutman and Judge Jodi Debbrecht Switalski take the most validated data and premier research on drug abuse and bring it to life. They make it personal to audiences, engage with their interactive approach, andcompel people to action.
Bob and Judge Jodi delivered a very powerful program and message that should be required for both parents and adults. Each brought a different perspective to the current drug problem and culture. They presented very solid information and research peppered with anecdotes that had lasting impact on myself and the audience.
WE WERE COMPLETELY
'LOCKED IN' THE ENTIRE DAY.
Brian M. O’Neil, Harbor Light Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, Inc. Director,
The Great Black Swamp Dental Study Club of Northwest Ohio
by any standard. You can take stock in the fact that with the cross-section of dental leaders, consultants, and lecturers in the American Academy of Dental Practice Association, these numbers come from highly qualified individuals.
THESE SESSION EVALUATION RATINGS
ARE OVER THE TOP
Dr. Dale Kennedy, Program Chair, American Academy of Dental Practice Association
meeting both of you. Thank you for your commitment to educate all of us about the drug problem in our country and the part we all play in it.
Karen J. Williams, BSMT (ASCP), Laboratory Manager, Internal Medicine of Northern Michigan
IT WAS A PLEASURE AND INSPIRING
Thank you for your powerful, succinct, and highly relevant talk on drug overuse, abuse, and overdose. It sent a powerful message and a reminder to everyone what is currently at stake. Bob’s caliber as a former DEA agent turned motivational speaker made me consider it as a
NOBEL LECTURE OF THE DECADE.
Samuel Sheng, MD, FAAP, Practicing pediatrician with Cook Children’s Healthcare Systems/Cook Children’s Physician Network
Hon. Jodi Debbrecht Switalski prepared and presented an interactive presentation for our student pharmacists that focused on what we can collaboratively do to improve patient outcomes and avoid addiction.
HER PRESENTATION STYLE WAS EASILY AN 11 OUT OF 10.
Stephen Kaurala, PharmD Candidate 2016, Wayne State University, Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
I have been to several drug prevention seminars, but
HAVE NEVER BEEN MOVED THE WAY I WAS DURING YOUR PRESENTATION.
Senior Reporter, ABC 7 News, Fort Myers, FL
Your blunt, honest manner really drives home the gravity of this situation. I am convinced so many of our parents here are in the dark about how big this problem really is in our community. As you stated yourself, parents think of drugs as an inner city problem and not one that continues to kill in our own backyard.
The epidemic has become too big and too devastating.
There’s no more standing on the sidelines. The Stutman Switalski Group provides the information and the tools to