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Senior Consultant

Email: c***@***.com
Local Address: Pennsylvania, United States
Evidence Based Associates
4202 38th St. NW
Washington District of Columbia , District of Columbia 20016
United States

Company Description: Evidence-Based Associates is an experienced group of talented, dedicated professionals, who specialize in implementing and managing programs that address the unique...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    PA Community Partnerships for Safe Children
  • Director
    Community Partnerships for Purdue Pharma
  • Director
    Pennsylvania's Office of Juvenile Justice
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evidencebasedassociates.com, 12 Mar 2015 [cached]
Clay Yeager
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Clay Yeager Senior Consultant
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Yeager has served the interests of at-risk children for 40 years in the public, private and nonprofit sectors. Yeager was the first recipient of the 'Visionary of Pennsylvania Award' for his role as one of the principal architects of the Commonwealth's far-reaching and coordinated evidence-based prevention strategies - recognized as one of the most comprehensive in the nation. Yeager has spoken to groups and organizations across the country on the importance of utilizing prevention programs that work on behalf of children. He is a Pennsylvania-based consultant to Evidence-Based Associates and resides in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
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Clay Yeager Senior Consultant
Evidence-Based Associates - Who We Are - Our Team
www.evidencebasedassociates.com, 8 Mar 2011 [cached]
Clay Yeager
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Clay Yeager EBA Consultant
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Yeager has served the interests of at-risk children for 34 years in the public, private and nonprofit sectors. Yeager was the first recipient of the 'Visionary of Pennsylvania Award' for his role as one of the principal architects of the Commonwealth's far-reaching and coordinated evidence-based prevention strategies - recognized as one of the most comprehensive in the nation. Yeager has spoken to groups and organizations across the country on the importance of utilizing prevention programs that work on behalf of children. He currently manages his own consulting firm, promoting the healthy development of children by establishing partnerships between the public, private and nonprofit systems. He is a Pennsylvania-based consultant to Evidence-Based Associates and resides in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
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brownw.yellowbrix.com, 5 Oct 2003 [cached]
Clay Yeager is director of community partnerships for the prescription drug company Purdue Pharma.
Today's News
www.prnewswire.com, 15 July 2002 [cached]
Schweiker Announces Resignation of Children's Partnership Executive Director Clay Yeager
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Mark Schweiker today announced the resignation of Clay Yeager, executive director of both the Governor's Community Partnership for Safe Children (Children's Partnership) and the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency's Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
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Yeager has accepted the position of director of public affairs with Purdue Pharma LP, a pharmaceutical company in Stamford, Conn.
"Under Clay Yeager's leadership, the Children's Partnership has flourished and, more importantly, children's lives have been changed for the better," Gov.
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"In communities across this Commonwealth, children are succeeding in school, babies are getting a healthy start in life, troubled teenagers have mentors, and families are stronger because of the work of the Children's Partnership and of Clay Yeager.
"I am grateful for the many years of service that Clay has given to Pennsylvania, and I wish him and his family the best for a bright and successful future."
In 1997, former Gov.Tom Ridge appointed Yeager to serve as executive director of the newly created Children's Partnership, which was established with one purpose in mind -- to reduce violence committed by and against Pennsylvania youth.
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In this role, Yeager advised the Governor and key government officials on policy issues impacting juvenile justice, youth-violence prevention, public safety and the importance of introducing research-based prevention strategies into public policy.
Under his leadership, the Children's Partnership created a statewide "Communities That Care" violence-prevention network that is active in 58 counties.The Children's Partnership works with communities to help them identify the risk factors that are negatively impacting their youth -- drug and alcohol abuse, economic deprivation, illiteracy, and the availability of weapons -- and implement science-based programs that have been proven effective at reducing those risks.
"Clay Yeager has been an exceptional public servant, and I consider it a privilege to have worked closely with him," said First Lady Kathy Schweiker, who serves as Chair of the Children's Partnership."Although he will be greatly missed, I have no doubt that the citizens of this Commonwealth will continue to benefit from his outstanding vision and leadership for many years to come."
In August, the Ridge-Schweiker Administration created the state's first Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency and Prevention, housed at the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, and named Yeager as its director.
Yeager also was named project director of the 33-member Early Childhood Care and Education Task Force that was created by Gov.
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Yeager began his career as a juvenile probation officer in Columbia County in 1974, and two years later was promoted to Chief Juvenile Probation Officer.
In 1984, he was hired as the Juvenile Court Judges' Commission training director at the Center for Juvenile Justice Training and Research, housed at Shippensburg University.He later became the Center's executive director and oversaw the many responsibilities including training, education and research of Pennsylvania's juvenile-justice system.
Today's News
www.prnewswire.com, 19 July 2002 [cached]
Clay Yeager Named Director of Community Partnerships for Purdue Pharma; Will Oversee Company's Prescription Drug Abuse Awareness and Education Program
STAMFORD, Conn., July 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Clay Yeager has been named Director of Community Partnerships for Purdue Pharma L.P. In his new role, Yeager will lead the company's efforts to raise public awareness about the dangers of prescription drug abuse, developing community and school-based strategies to help combat this growing public health problem.Yeager's responsibilities will include overseeing the company's Painfully Obvious(TM) program, a new initiative to raise awareness of the dangers of prescription drug abuse among young teens and their parents.
Yeager comes to Purdue after serving the state of Pennsylvania as executive director of the Governor's Community Partnership for Safe Children and the Commission on Crime and Delinquency's Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
"Clay will be an invaluable asset in the company's efforts to combat prescription drug abuse," says Robin Hogen, Executive Director of Public Affairs for Purdue.
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"My career in public service has focused on the importance of prevention," says Yeager."I am thrilled to join Purdue and to continue my life's work with communities, schools and young people.I look forward to working with the company to increase public awareness of the dangers of prescription drug abuse."
Yeager brings 28 years of prevention experience to Purdue.In 1997, former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge appointed Yeager to serve as executive director of the newly created Governor's Community Partnership for Safe Children (Children's Partnership).
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In this role, Yeager advised the Governor and key government officials on policy issues affecting juvenile justice, youth violence prevention, public safety, community prevention, and the importance of introducing research-based prevention strategies into public policy.Under his leadership, the Children's Partnership created a statewide, county-based prevention network to help communities identify the risk factors facing young people -- such as drug and alcohol abuse, economic deprivation, illiteracy, and the availability of weapons -- and implement science-based programs that have been proven effective in reducing those risks.He also successfully secured state and federal funding for evidence-based violence-prevention programs.
Yeager began his career as a juvenile probation officer in Columbia County in 1974, and two years later he was promoted to Chief Juvenile Probation Officer.In 1984, he was hired as the Juvenile Court Judges' Commission training director at the Center for Juvenile Justice Training and Research, housed at Shippensburg University.After two years, he became executive director of the Center, with responsibility for training, education, and research of Pennsylvania's juvenile justice system.
Yeager and his family live in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.
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