The Clinton School presents another timely program this evening (October 9) at 6pm at Sturgis Hall. Tim Rabolt will discuss the role Higher Ed can (and needs to) play in addressing the addiction crisis.
Tim Rabolt is the Executive Director for the Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE). In his role with ARHE, Rabolt oversees all operations, including but not limited to: the national conference, membership, external relations, partnerships and collaborations.
Prior to joining ARHE, Rabolt worked in the D.C. area as a Project Manager with Altarum, a public health research and consulting organization. He graduated from The George Washington University in 2015 with his bachelor’s degree in business administration, and then again in 2017 with his master’s degree in education and human development. He’s been in recovery since April of 2011 during his senior year of high school in Wilmington, Del. He currently resides in Minneapolis, Minn.
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