Lawrence A. Dilworth
Lawrence A. Dilworth
Vice President, Development & Events
Lawrence A. (Larry) Dilworth is Vice President for Development & Events at Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA).
Based in the Washington, DC area, CADCA
is a non-profit membership enterprise providing advocacy on behalf of community coalitions across the U.S., and training, technical assistance and communications services to varied organizations in the U.S. and internationally.
is responsible for development and management of a diverse portfolio of programs, projects, events, grants and contracts with government, corporations, foundations and other non-governmental organizations.
Prior to joining CADCA, Mr. Dilworth worked with Fortune 500 corporations, Big5 firms, and other entrepreneurial ventures in consulting, management, and human resources roles.
Mr. Dilworth served as an executive in the 1990's with Accenture in Washington, DC.
helped grow the firm's Change Management & Human Capital practices through extensive business development.
He concurrently managed a broad portfolio of change leadership and process reengineering engagements in the U.S. and internationally.
Mr. Dilworth later headed the Washington, DC area office for StratfordGroup, a retained executive search firm, building the practice from the ground-up, focusing on professional services clients.
Mr. Dilworth co-founded the Great Enterprises Consortium, a national alliance of leadership & management consultants, and is the founder of Rowan & Ruggles, LLC, a Washington, DC area consultancy, providing organization & leadership development services to public and private sector clients.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Dilworth worked for the Xerox Corporation in human resources and labor relations roles at corporate and in manufacturing operations.
He also served on active duty as a U.S. Army officer in command and staff roles in the U.S. and in Germany during the Cold War era.
has lived and worked abroad in Europe, the Caribbean and South America.
Mr. Dilworth received a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Alfred University in 1981, and a Master's degree in Industrial & Labor Relations, jointly conferred by Cornell University and Baruch College, in 1993.
He is a member of professional organizations including the Society for Human Resource Management, World at Work, the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and the American Society of Association Executives.
is married and lives with his
wife and daughter in northern Virginia.