PAVe - Parents Against Vaping ecigarettes

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Nonprofit Explorer Research Tax-Exempt Organizations

  • Nonprofit Tax Code Designation: 501(c)(4)

2021 Apr 7: Clear the Vapor Conference 2021: The Way Forward

  • Sponsors:
    • $50,000 - CVS Health
    • $25,000 - Campaign For Tobacco Free Kids (CTFK), Truth Initiative
    • $10,000 - RESCUE - The Behavior Change Agency
    • $5,000 - Soter Technologies
    • $2,500 - American Heart Association, American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network
  • Collaborators: African American Tobacco Control Leadership Council (AATCLC), CATCH Global Foundatioin, The Center for Black Health and Equity, Stanford Medicine Tobacco Prevention Toolkit
  • Speakers, Moderators, and topics:
PAVe: (See bio's and speaking topics of the PAVe moms on the conference website)
Dina Alessi
Meredith Berkman
Mimi Boublik
Lori Bremner
Christina Curell
Dorian Fuhrman
Erin King Sweeney, Esq.
Maren Lopez
Julie Reinhard
Opening Keynote:
Nora D. Volkow, M.D. (Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA))
Lawmakers Video Comments:
Richard Blumenthal
Dick Durbin
Raja Krishnamoorthi
Frank Pallone, Jr.
Mitt Romney
Other Video Comments:
Stanton Glantz (retired University of California San Francisco)
Noah Joshua Phillips (Commissioner Federal Trade Commission)
The Role of Schools: Best Practices and Innovations -
Donna K. Crawford (Alliance for a Healthier Generation’s Healthy Schools and Communities Program and Healthier Generation’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion efforts funded by the RWJF),
Jeremy Hansen (Assistant Principal, Achievement Office, Rancho Cucamonga High School),
Steven Kelder, PhD, MPH (University of Texas, School of Public Health, was a research fellow at CDC, was one of four senior scientific editors of the Surgeon General Report on E-cigarettes and Youth, he created CATCH My Breath - the first evidence-based middle school e-cigarette prevention program),
Gregg H. Wieczorek (Principal, Arrowhead Union High School, Wisconsin; President-elect, NASSP)
Youth Addiction and Treatment: Challenges and Opportunities:
Jonathan Avery, MD (Weill Cornell Medical College)
Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin, PhD, (Yale University School of Medicine, leads the NIH and FDA funded Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science at Yale which is developing scientific evidence to support tobacco regulation. has contributed to the Surgeon General’s report on “Preventing Tobacco Use among Young People”, served as a member of the FDA’s Tobacco Product Scientific Advisory Committee and currently serves on the Interagency Committee on Smoking and Health)
Dr. Monica Wilson (Assistant Professor / Regional DIrector, Psychology Department: National University; California PAVe Volunteer)
Federal Issues in 2021 and Beyond:
Mark Gottlieb, JD (Public Health Advocacy Institute at Northeastern University {involved with one of the lawsuits against JUUL})
Robin Koval (Truth Initiative)
Matthew L. Myers (Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids (CTFK) )
The Next Trojan Horse: "Wellness" Vapes and Other New Products:
Dr. Alicia Casey (Boston Children's Hospital, Founded the Pulmonary Vaping Program, Member of the Massachusetts Special Legislative Commission on Vapes, Juuls, and other E-Cigarettes)
Jensen Jose, JD (Center for Science in the Public Interest who is partially funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies) :::Achala Talati, DO, MS, MPH (Director, Tobacco Policy and Programs NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene)
Emerging Health-harms Research:
Jessica L. Fetterman, PhD (Boston University School of Medicine, American Heart Association Tobacco Regulatory Science and Addiction Center (A-TRAC), Affinity Research Collaborative in Tobacco Regulatory Science)
Panagis Galiatsatos, MD, MHS (Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Director of Tobacco Treatment Clinic at Johns Hopkins)
Candace McKnight (Orlando Health/ PAVe Florida Advocate, son is an EVALI victim)
Karen Wilson, MD, MPH (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; Chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics Tobacco Consortium)
State Attorneys General and the Use of Litigation:
Maura Healey (Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General)
Josh Stein (Attorney General North Carolina
Fighting Menthol: Past, Present and Future:
Dr. Bonnie Halpern-Felsher (Stanford University/Tobacco Prevention Toolkit, Her research is funded by the NIH and many foundations)
Joelle Lester (Public Health Law Center)
Carol McGruder (African American Tobacco Control Leadership Council)
The Environmental Impact of E-cigarettes:
Hudson Kingston (Public Health Law Center)
Jeremiah Mock (University of California San Francisco)
Youth Perspective: Ask Us Anything
Daniel Jeffrey Ament (Fight4Wellness, EVALI victim)
Gianluca Barecchia
Jessica Jordan (National LGBT Cancer Network)
Liv, Deidre Sully, MPH
How to Speak to Your Child About Vaping
Dr. Sarper Taskiran (Child Mind Institute; PAVe Advisory Board Member)
Reaching Spanish-speaking Parents with Youth Vaping Prevention
Marcela Gaitán, M.P.H., M.A. (The National Alliance for Hispanic Health {The Alliance}, National Hispanic Leadership Network for Tobacco Control {The Network, funded by the CDC}, International Health Training Program at the Pan-American Health Organization {WHO/PAHO})
Norma Benitez (National Director of the Network of Promotoras and CHWs with Vision y Compromiso,)
Youth Prevention Efforts in Spanish-Speaking Communities
Alison K. Herrmann, PhD (UCLA Kaiser Permanenete Center for Health Equity & UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, working on a couple of e-cigarette research projects funded by funded by the California Tobacco Related-Disease Research Program (TRDRP) and National Cancer Institue (NCI) and Vision y Compromiso)
Eduardo Sanchez, MD, MPH, FAAFP (Chief Medical Officer for Prevention American Heart Association,
Sponsored Breakout: Tackling the Continuum of Teen Vaping: Prevention, Intervention, & Cessation Messages that Work:
Jeff Jordan, MA (Rescue - The Behavior Change Agency, Rescue’s work includes the FDA's national tobacco prevention campaign for multicultural teens and its LGBT young adult effort)
Big Tobacco’s Exploitation of Communities with Health Inequities
Gabriel Glissmeyer (National LGBT Cancer Network)
Rae O'Leary, (Missouri Breaks Research on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation, testified to the U.S. Congress on the youth e-cigarette epidemic and JUUL’s attempts to target Native people)