Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors includes leaders in the nonprofit, legal, health care, education and business sectors.

Their expertise helps strengthen our vision, assess our effectiveness, and guide our efforts to reduce tobacco use and its devastating consequences in the United States and around the world. 

William D. Novelli (Board Chair)
Professor, McDonough School of Business
Georgetown University
Washington, D.C.

Jacqueline M. Bolt (Board Treasurer)
Vice President, Finance and Administration
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Washington, D.C.

Eileen Howard Boone
SVP Corporate Social Responsibility & Philanthropy

Nancy Brown
Chief Executive Officer
American Heart Association
Dallas, Texas

Christopher Conley (Finance Committee Chair)
Managing Director
Tricadia Municipal Management
New York, New York

Barrie Fiske (Development Committee Chair)
Carmel, California

Margaret Linscott (2014 Youth Advocate of the Year)
Pace, Florida 

Susan Liss (Board Secretary)
Executive Director
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Washington, D.C.

Tyler Long (2013 Youth Advocate of the Year) 
Fletcher, North Carolina

Michael Moore
Mike Moore Law Firm, LLC
Flowood, Mississippi

Matthew L. Myers
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Washington, D.C.

Jessica Nagle
SNL Financial
White Hall, Virginia

Gary M. Reedy
Worldwide Vice President of Government Affairs and Policy
Johnson & Johnson
Horsham, Pennsylvania 

John R. Seffrin, PhD
Chief Executive Officer
American Cancer Society
Atlanta, Georgia

Jonah Shacknai (Development Committee Chair)
Managing Partner
Tiger Moon Group
Scottsdale, Arizona 

Todd Sisitsky
TPG Capital, LP
San Francisco, California 

Doug Ulman
Columbus, Ohio


Updated: Feb. 11, 2015


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Tobacco by the Numbers

  • 480,000: Annual tobacco-related deaths in U.S.
  • $170 billion: Annual tobacco-related health care costs in U.S.
  • 5.6 million: U.S. kids under 18 alive today who will ultimately die from smoking (unless smoking rates decline)
  • Six million: Annual tobacco-related deaths worldwide
  • 600,000: Annual deaths worldwide caused by secondhand smoke
  • One billion: Worldwide deaths from tobacco this century unless urgent action is taken

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