Brandon George is the Director of Indiana Addiction Issues Coalition (IAIC), which advocates for addiction through public policy and education. As a person in long-term recovery, Brandon has dedicated his time both personally and professionally, to fighting addiction and promoting recovery. His personal experience, education and professional accomplishments give him a unique perspective and outlook on both addiction and recovery.
Brandon has been training in a variety of settings for over 20 years and has been used as an trainer for Center for Social Innovation and SAMHSA (Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration) BRSS TACS. He is also a member of the opioid taskforce for Legal Services Corporation, an independent nonprofit established by Congress to provide civil legal aid for low-income Americans. Brandon is a committee chair on Attorney General Curtis Hill’s Drug Task Force, he sits on the advisory board (MHAPAC) for Indiana's Division of Mental Health and Addiction and is on the expert panel for Indiana University School of Medicine's Project ECHO.
Brandon most recently served as the Chief Executive Officer of Pro-Active Resources. He has presented throughout the state at multiple events on a wide range of topics. He also manages a jail chemical addictions program at Boone County jail to help people get the help they need while incarcerated; this program is in the process of being duplicated at jails all over the state of Indiana.