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DEA Educational Foundation Announces The Appointment Of Carl Jenkins To The DEAEF Board Of Directors

Updated: Sep 13, 2021

Washington, DC – William F. Alden, Chairman of the DEA Educational Foundation is proud to announce the appointment of Carl Jenkins to the board of directors. He joins all of the former DEA Administrators, as well as other prominent private sector leaders who make up the board of directors.

Mr. Jenkins is President of the Governance and Risk Advisory business and a member of the Operating Committee at Kroll. He oversees a global team of over 1,500 professionals who provide expert advisory and data and technology-driven governance and risk solutions to corporates, law firms, financial institutions and governments. Kroll is the world’s premier provider of services and digital products related to valuation, governance, risk and transparency.

DEA Educational Foundation Chairman William F. Alden commented, “The DEA Educational Board of Directors is honored to welcome Carl Jenkins. Carl’s dedication to the advocacy of children, his unwavering support of the community and his strong commitment to the men and woman of law enforcement will of course make him an invaluable member of our Board and its mission for years to come.”

Jenkins commented, “I am thrilled to join William and the other members of the DEAEF board to help advance their work in supporting the community and educating our youth about the consequences of drug use.”

Mr. Jenkins is active in his community, having served on a number of boards, including the Judicial Nominating Commission and Safe Waters in Massachusetts (SWIM). He currently serves as Chairman of the board for the Boston Police Foundation.

About the DEA Educational Foundation

The foundation is a non-profit educational foundation founded in 2001 whose goal is to educate the public on the many costs and consequences of illegal drugs to our society. The foundation actively supports the DEA Museum and its traveling exhibitions and educational programs. The foundation operates several afterschool youth programs across the nation including the DEAEF Youth Dance Program, soccer, baseball, and martial arts.

For More Information Contact:

William Alden, 540-729-2551

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