Alcohol Across America; A Series Overview
August 14, 2017
Hosted by Dr. Brad Krevor with Dr. William DeJong, Kathie Durbin, Major Mark Willingham, Scott Wexler, Charles Curie
Alcohol contributes to America socially, economically and culturally. But alcohol also impacts our health, safety and quality of life. Our debut will introduce the themes, and the co-hosts, who will explore how alcohol is changing America, and how American culture is changing our use and our attitudes about alcohol.
Alcohol Across America – A Project of the RRForum
Archives Available on VoiceAmerica Business Channel
Alcohol Across America, hosted by Dr. Brad Krevor, examines trends and issues on the impact of beverage alcohol on economy, health, safety, and American culture. Each week, AAA focuses on one issue.
Alcohol and community: Kathie Durbin, Montgomery County Liquor Control explores how communities balance a vibrant hospitality industry with public health and safety. Maj. Mark Willingham, Alcohol Solutions, explores how alcohol liability litigation impacts over-service and over-consumption.
College drinking: William DeJong, Boston University, explores trends in student alcohol use and abuse with leading colleges and universities.
The changing alcohol industry: Scott Wexler, The Empire State Restaurant and Tavern Association, explores how the alcohol marketplace is changing and how the industry itself might be part of the solution.
Alcohol and health: Charles Curie, former Administrator of SAMHSA, explores innovations in understanding alcohol and health.
Dr. Brad Krevor with Dr. William DeJong, Kathie Durbin, Major Mark Willingham, Scott Wexler, Charles Curie
Brad S. Krevor, Ph.D. is President of the Responsible Retailing Forum Inc., RRForum, a 501(C) 3 non-profit foundation whose dual objectives are to identify and promulgate Best Practices for Responsible Retailing, and engage public and private stakeholders in examinations of RR policy. Dr. Krevor has been the Principal Investigator for National Institutes of Health Small Business Innovation Research awards to translate RRForum research findings into sustainable Responsible Retailing systems for cities, states and trade associations, and a US Dept. of Justice Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws research project to examine non-punitive strategies to improve age-verification. From 1990-2009, he served as a Senior Research Associate at the Heller Graduate School, Brandeis University. From 1989 to 1998, he was the Executive Director of the Tobacco Control Resource Center in Boston, a leading national tobacco control advocacy group.