Eric Siervo, M.Ed

Vice President of International Programs

In his successful career of 11 years as part of the CADCA team, Mr. Siervo has served as a trainer and senior manager of the International Programs Department.  This experience allowed him to obtain a great deal of experience in the theoretical and practical application related to the development of effective drug prevention community coalitions around the world.  Currently, in his role as vice president of the International Programs Department, he oversees, directs and supervises all the daily operations of CADCA’s programs worldwide. These responsibilities include the administration of CADCA's international training delivery systems, which focuses on the effective development of drug prevention community coalitions.  Additionally, Mr. Siervo is in charge of supervising all international operations, managing the results of the programs and monitoring quality standards. Mr. Siervo is also the main point of contact for national governments, state department personnel, governmental and non-governmental organizations.

Prior to joining the CADCA staff, Mr. Siervo served as a board member for the National Capital Coalition to Prevent Underage Drinking (NCCPUD) in the District of Columbia. He also served the National Latino Council on Alcohol and Tobacco Prevention (LCAT) in the capacity of Program Director. LCAT is also where he began his career in substance abuse prevention. Preceding his work within non-governmental organizations, he was a Program Analyst with IQ Solutions, a public health consulting firm in Rockville Maryland.

Mr. Siervo is Cuban-American and a native Spanish-speaker, born in Alexandria, Virginia. He graduated from the University of Mobile where he earned his Undergraduate degree in International Relations with a Minor in Business. Additionally, Mr. Siervo earned a Master’s degree in International Education from Framingham State College.