Conshohocken Mother and Former Whitemarsh Police Chief on Panels to Discuss Alcohol Poisoning Prevention and Education

Mary Ciammeti, a Conshohocken mother whose son passed away from alcohol poisoning, and Eileen Behr, a former police chief of Whitemarsh Township, are part of two panels that will discuss alcohol poisoning prevention and education on Thursday, April 26th at 10:00 a.m. at Temple University. The panels are part of a hearing called by State Rep. Emilio Vazquez, D-Phila.

After Ciammeti’s son death, she founded “Don’t Stall, Just Call,” an alcohol poisoning education program for university, college and high school students and their families.

After leaving Whitemarsh Township’s Police Department, Behr went on to become Sheriff on Montgomery County and is now vice president of public safety/chief of police at Drexel University.

The current agenda is:

10:00 a.m.      Welcome and opening remarks

10:10 a.m.      Panel One:

  • Mary Ciammeti, founder, the CTC Wellness Foundation dba “Don’t Stall, Just Call”
  • Dr. Robert McNamara, professor and chair of emergency medicine, Temple University’s Lewis Katz School of Medicine

10:45 a.m.      Panel Two:

  • Stephanie Ives, dean of students, Temple University
  • Eileen Behr, vice president of public safety/chief of police, Drexel University

   11:20 a.m.      Closing remarks

The public hearing will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 26 at Temple University, Shusterman Hall, 1834 Liacouras Walk, Philadelphia.

The public is invited to attend.