Cassandra Robledo

Manager, Coalition Development Support

Cassandra Robledo is the Manager of Coalition Development Support. In her role, she wears many hats, first and foremost in providing new coalitions the tools needed to develop into successful coalitions, as well as advise and support existing coalitions in order to strengthen their capacity with emphasis on Drug-Free Community Program (DFC) recipients, economically disadvantaged communities and coalitions serving special populations throughout the United States and its territories. She also directly supports CADCA’s training and outreach efforts working closely with CADCA’s trainers, consultants and other expert coalitions across the country.

She is currently the program manager for the Non-Opioid Choices Project, which trains coalition leaders on educating their communities and aims to engage the healthcare community, reduce stigma for opioid use disorder and increase non-opioid alternatives in healthcare settings across the country.

Cassandra has 10 years of experience working in various positions across the continuum of care. She has her degree in Psychology from Utah State University and is currently a Trainee as a Certified Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC-T). Prior to her role at CADCA, she served as a Community Development Specialist with the Western New York Prevention Resource Center, where she provided training and technical assistance to coalitions across an eight county region.