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New Program Coordinator to Focus on Rx Abuse

The Georgia Prevention Project welcomes another new member to the team. As our new program coordinator, Ashley Sequens is primarily responsible for establishing partnerships with colleges/universities to implement the Georgia Rx Abuse Project college initiative.

“I look forward to immersing myself in the community with the Georgia Prevention Project,” Ashley stated.

“I am committed to making an impact on our target population’s views of meth use and prescription drug abuse.”

Prior to working for the Georgia Prevention Project, Ashley volunteered with the Georgia Meth Project. A native of Kennesaw, Ashley earned her degrees locally from Kennesaw State University. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Communications with a focus in Media Relations and a master’s degree in Conflict Management.