Todd Molfenter specializes in Implementation Science and systems change. This role arose from his engineering training, research interests, as well as leadership with workforce development and systems’ improvement regional and national technical assistance centers. Todd works with the City of Philadelphia in improving their peer recovery services and providing technical assistance to PR RCOs in IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, and WI as part of Region V’s SAMHSA Addiction and Prevention Technology Transfer Centers (TTCs). Currently Todd supports and lead the PR COE’s national effort, as part of PR COE’s “Core 2,” to increase PR RCO capacity nationally.
Mr. Molfenter has a BA in Zoology from Miami (of Ohio) University, a Master of Health Administration from Xavier University, and a Ph.D. in Engineering from University of Wisconsin – Madison.
Mr. Molfenter is currently the Co-Director of the Center for Health Enhancement Studies at the University of Wisconsin – Madison where I received the Bollinger Academic Staff Distinguished Achievement Award for Research Excellence in 2020.
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