Claire Stroer

Claire Stroer, MPH, CHES

Program Manager, Substance Use Harm Prevention

Claire is a public health professional working on the Council’s opioid initiatives. As the leading cause of death for adults 25 to 64 years old, opioids claim an average of 115 American lives per day. The National Safety Council has made this preventable death a priority for advocacy and public education.

In her responsibilities at the Council, Claire manages several opioid initiatives, including the NSC Physician Speakers Bureau, where she works with experts to promote safe prescribing practices and pain management strategies.

A Certified Health Education Specialist, Claire also focuses on creating tools to aid employers in addressing substance misuse in the workplace. She researches and tracks data on relevant topics related to opioids and provides analysis for technical reports and programs. She also supports strategy development in building future programs.

Before joining NSC, Claire worked in clinical quality improvement at the Mercy Health Center, a nonprofit health clinic in Athens, GA. She also worked in health intervention programming in Atlanta-area nonprofits, such as the Shepard Center.

Claire holds a master of public health with a concentration in policy and management from the University of Georgia, where she also completed her undergraduate degree in health promotion and behavior. A native Georgian, she now resides in Arlington Heights, IL.

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