Zoe Grover JD ’14
Zoe Grover JD ’14 is stepping into a new role as executive director of the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (PAARI), for which she has been a board member since the organization’s founding. Previously, Grover served for nine years as executive director of another nonprofit, Stop Handgun Violence. At PAARI, she will be leading a network of over 650 police departments across 40 states that are committed to using their role as first responders to treat addiction as a disease. The organization helps create partnerships between public health and public safety that provide no-arrest pathways to treatment and recovery by offering training, strategic guidance, support, and resources to public safety agencies. To date, PAARI partners have helped tens of thousands of people into treatment.