Drug Free Community Coalition cuts ties with program coordinator

February 25, 2014

The Drug Free Community Coalition Executive Board and Project Coordinator Liz Wilhelm have mutually and amicably agreed to dissolve their contractual relationship, effective immediately.

The board is collaborating with Wilhelm to ensure a smooth transition for the coalition’s future work, according to a news release from the coalition.

In the interim, Dianne Bugge and Barbara de Michele will share the position to keep the coalition moving forward on several fronts.

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Liz Wilhelm to coordinate drug free grant program

December 10, 2013

Liz Wilhelm has been selected as the project coordinator for the federal Drug Free Community grant awarded to the Issaquah Drug Free Community Coalition and the city of Issaquah in September.

The grant, which will bring $125,000 per year for up to 10 years to the Issaquah School District service area, is aimed at reducing teen alcohol, marijuana and prescription drug abuse. Hiring a local project coordinator to oversee a coalition work plan and funding expenditures is a requirement of the grant.

Contributed Liz Wilhelm (right), new project coordinator for the federal grant awarded to the Drug Free Community Coalition in Issaquah, stands with coalition Chairwoman Katie Moeller.

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Liz Wilhelm (right), new project coordinator for the federal grant awarded to the Drug Free Community Coalition in Issaquah, stands with coalition Chairwoman Katie Moeller.

Wilhelm, an instructor at the University of Washington and Seattle Central Community College, has an extensive background in substance abuse prevention. Previously, she served as project coordinator for a Drug Free Community grant in Kitsap County. She authored Seattle Central’s prevention curriculum.

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