Christopher St. Vil
Dr. Julius Gregg Adams
Executive Director of UBEOC
Community Access Service
Craig Hannah, is the presiding Judge of the Buffalo City Court’s Opiate Intervention and Adolescent Diversion Parts. The Opiate Intervention Court is the first of its kind in the Nation and is dedicated to treating the needs of the people first who come into contact with the law. He is also the Supervising Judge of the Lackawanna, North Tonawanda and Tonawanda City Courts.
Antoine Johnson is a Buffalo Native who lives in the East Side of Buffalo with his wife. He has a heart for teaching, ministering, mentoring, leading, and serving his community.
Pastor Donalson is employed as a Community Liaison and Admissions Recruiter for SUNY Erie Community College. Pastor Donalson has worked as a social activist in many fields for the past 25 years, beginning in his first work as Director of Parent/Family support, where he played a key role in the structuring and foundation of wrap around services in concept, model, and implementation.
Christopher St. Vil
Dr. St. Vil's current research focuses on trauma and the experiences of victims of violent injury. He is a co-investigator on a research study at the Prince George's Hospital Center Trauma Unit in Prince George's County, Maryland, examining violence and trauma among young black male victims of violent injury.
Karl has worked in the fields of addiction and mental health for over 18 years and has extensively delivered workshops for a wide range of nonprofit and for-profit organizations. Karl is also a Certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor (Adult, Youth, Veterans, Older Adult, Public Safety).
Dr. Darren J. Brown-Hall is currently the Chief of Staff for the Buffalo Public Schools. He has previously served as the Associate Superintendent for Human Resources, Principal of Buffalo Academy for Visual and Performing Arts and Community School #53.