Eric Siervo, M.Ed.

Vice President, International Programs

Mr. Siervo serves as the Vice President of the International Department at CADCA where he oversees, directs, supervises and monitors quality standards for the daily operations of CADCA’s training programs to develop community coalitions in foreign countries. During his 13 years of service at CADCA, he has been responsible for the development, administration and implementation of CADCA's international training delivery systems and international operations. His efforts led to the establishment of over 300 community coalitions in 28 countries on 5 continents in 7 languages with the active participation of more than 11,500 trained volunteers. Mr. Siervo is also CADCA’s main point of contact for national governments, state department personnel, international 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) and was a volunteer member of the D.C. Tobacco Coalition in the District of Columbia. He also served the National Latino Council on Alcohol and Tobacco Prevention (LCAT) in the capacity of Program Director. Prior to his public health career on substance use and misuse, he earned a Master’s degree in International Education from Framingham State University and a Undergraduate degree in International Relations with a Minor in Business from the University of Mobile.