Allies for Substance Abuse Prevention(865) 457-3007

Meet our Staff

Stephanie Armbrister Strutner, MPH, CPSII; Executive Director

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As the Director of Allies for Substance Abuse Prevention of Anderson County, Stephanie Strutner is responsible for supporting the community coalition. Her duties include developing and carrying out effective strategies to show a measurable decrease in the prevalence of substance abuse and a measurable increase in knowledge, capacity and accountability among Anderson Countians. Stephanie has been credited for securing millions of dollars in grant funding, mentoring community coalitions, and diversifying the organization’s funding portfolio. As former epidemiologist and evaluator, Strutner has a wealth of knowledge on evaluation, performance measures, and outcomes with a focus on legislative advocacy, and embodies the mission of ASAP.

Ms. Strutner holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Emory & Henry College and a Master of Public Health degree in Health Planning Administration from the University of Tennessee. A veteran of the field of substance abuse prevention, she has served in leadership roles at the state level for nonprofit organizations as well as for community coalitions and agencies.

Recently, Stephanie was elected on behalf of all coalition in Tennessee to speak before our U.S. Senators about the impact drug abuse has on our communities and is currently enrolled in the Leadership and Social Enterprise Effectiveness Program through the Anderson School of Business at the University of Tennessee.

An avid skier, Stephanie also enjoys spending time with her husband, Matt, and their dog, Oliver.

Stacey Pratt, MBA, CPSII; Project DirectorStacey Staff Pic

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As the Project Coordinator for Allies for Substance Abuse Prevention of Anderson County, Stacey Pratt is a Certified Prevention Specialist responsible for implementing environmental strategies, community outreach and  monitoring policy related to prescription drug abuse and underage tobacco and alcohol use.

Ms. Pratt holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Tennessee and a Master of Business Administration degree from King University. Through past employment with the State of Tennessee Department of Children’s Services and The Child Advocacy Center of Anderson County Ms. Pratt has seen the impact drug use and alcohol abuse has on the citizens of Anderson County. She is excited to work to reduce the impact of drugs and alcohol throughout the county.

Adam Guinn, Project Coordinator

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As the project coordinator for Allies for Substance Abuse Prevention of Anderson County, Adam Guinn is responsible for overseeing implementation of activities, planning community health interventions, coordinating prevention efforts, and establishing and maintaining collaborative relationships. Mr. Guinn holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Tusculum College. He has experience with substance abuse prevention through previous employment working with the youth and their families. He is very eager to implement prevention strategies and reduce substance abuse throughout Anderson County.



Emily Faye Abbott | President
Assistant District Attorney, 7th Judicial District

Robin Smith | Vice President
Deputy Chief, Oak Ridge Police Department

Kim Pouncey| Secretary
President, TopShelf EDU

Brian Hunt
Juvenile Court Judge, Anderson County

Diane Fabricius, M.D.
Physician, Family Doctors of Oak Ridge

Jason Lawrence
Branch Manager, Y-12 Federal Credit Union-Clinton Branch

Kenneth Morgan
 Chief, Oliver Springs Police Department

Mollie Scarbrough, DPh
Pharmacist, Hoskins Drug Store

David Stanley, M.D.
Surgeon, Methodist Medical Center



2017 ASAP Coalition Member List