Mary Miller to handle development at Shatterproof

Miller brings more than 10 years of experience in coalition building, external relations, fundraising, and grassroots activation to the critical work of ending addiction and its devastating impact. Prior to her work at Shatterproof, Mary served as Senior Director of Foundation and Member relations for Stand Together, a membership organization that leverages the country’s top business leaders and philanthropists to solve society’s most pressing problems. She was responsible for building mission-driven partnerships with individuals, corporations, and foundations to make a greater impact and drive change in education, communities, business, and government to help people improve their lives.

“Mary’s extensive nonprofit fundraising and grassroots activation expertise, combined with her leadership and development skills, and her passion for our mission will help Shatterproof continue to accomplish our goals and create systemic change in our country with regards to substance use disorder,” said Shatterproof founder and CEO, Gary Mendell. 

As Senior Vice President, Mary is responsible for the overall fundraising efforts of the organization, as well as equipping our partners to be advocates and leaders on addiction.

“I am incredibly grateful to join Shatterproof and support the drive for solutions to this epidemic. Addiction has left millions of families feeling helpless. Gary Mendell and the team at Shatterproof, have demonstrated how much can be accomplished to reverse this crisis. Bringing my personal experience in recovery to my work in philanthropy is an honor.”

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About Shatterproof

Shatterproof is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reversing the course of the addiction crisis in America. Shatterproof is focused on ensuring treatment in America is based upon proven research on and ending the stigma of addiction. The organization advocates for changes to federal and state policy, payer reform, treatment quality assessment, and provides public education through family and workplace programs.

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