Prevention Services and Coalition Coordinator
Is the Program Coordinator for the Drug Free Communities grant at Mercer Council which focuses on assisting communities with drug and alcohol misuse and focuses on families, students, and other individuals across the lifespan.
She holds a bachelor's degree in History/Political Science from Salem Women's College and a master's degree in Public Policy and Administration (MPA) from Rutgers University, is a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS), is a certified trainer for The Nurtured Heart Approach, a laugher yoga leader, and certified in Mental Health first aid for adults and youth. Malissa works with the Prevention Coalition of Mercer County in many capacities, and heads youth initiatives on peer to peer learning, and specializes in tobacco and vaping education. She is the leader for Incorruptible.Mercer, and administers both the Prevention Coalition and Incorruptible.Mercer Instagram sites (PreventionMercerCnty and incorruptible.Mercer)