Public Health/Public Safety Coordinator, Opioid Response Strategy, Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Jessica Wolff is a Health Scientist within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention. Ms. Wolff leads the public health arm of the Opioid Response Strategy (ORS), a partnership between CDC and 11 High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTAs) across 24 states to prevent and reduce opioid overdose. In this capacity, Ms. Wolff oversees a team providing training and technical assistance to Public Health Analysts in each HRS state, collecting data related to 911 Good Samaritan Laws in each HRS state, and assessing linkage to evidence-based treatment programs for opioid use disorder that are at the intersection of public health and public safety. Ms. Wolff serves as the primary liaison between CDC and the public safety partners participating in the ORS. Ms. Wolff has eight years of program evaluation and project management experience in a variety of public health fields, including global HIV/AIDS prevention, youth suicide prevention and children’s mental health services.
Wednesday, April 24
10:15 AM – 11:30 AM