Contact Stephanie

As the Director of ASAP of Anderson, 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 misuse 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.

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 misuse 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 coalitions in Tennessee to speak before our U.S. Senators about the impact drug use 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.


Contact Stacey

As the Project Coordinator for ASAP of Anderson, Stacey Pratt is a Certified Prevention Specialist responsible for implementing environmental strategies, community outreach and  monitoring policy related to misuse of prescription drugs and underage tobacco and alcohol use.

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, Stacey has seen the impact misuse of drugs and alcohol has on the citizens of Anderson County. She is excited to work to reduce the impact of drugs and alcohol throughout the county.


Contact Jennifer

As the Prevention Coordinator for ASAP of Anderson, Jennifer Burnette is responsible for coordinating prevention efforts, planning and implementing special events, and providing support services and coordination for program activities.

Jennifer Burnette holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a Master of Public Health degree with a minor in Epidemiology from The University of Tennessee. As a former Public Health Education Specialist and Operations and Policy Analyst, Burnette has experience in planning, implementation, evaluation, and partner engagement. She has worked with a variety of partners and organizations at local, regional, state and federal levels.

Jennifer spends her spare time traveling, snowboarding, and hiking with her husband and friends. When she isn’t outside, you’ll most likely find her with a book in hand.


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