Meet The CCB Staff
|Jeffrey Quamme is the Executive Director at the CCB. An alumnus of Eastern Connecticut State University and the University of Connecticut, Jeff has 25 years of diverse experience in non-profit agencies with expertise in medication assisted recovery, co-occurring recovery, and group treatment. Prior to his appointment as Executive Director, he served as Associate Director, focusing on workforce development including the certification of professionals here in Connecticut, the Medication Assisted Recovery Initiative and the Science 2 Service Distance Learning Program. He currently serves as Co-Chair of the Co-Occurring Disorders Committee for the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC), sits on the planning committee for the New England Institute of Addiction Studies, on the DMHAS Statewide Methadone Providers committee, on the Advisory Board for the DARC program at Gateway Community College, and was recently appointed to the faculty of the NEIAS for 2014. He is a sought after trainer both in Connecticut and nationally and has participated in a roundtable discussion on prescription drug abuse at the U.S. House of Representatives. In the past, Jeff has served on municipal and community governing boards, as well as coaching and officiating athletics at the youth sports and high school level. His son, Zak, is actively pursuing a career in mechanical/aerospace engineering at the University of Connecticut.|
Originally from the Cleveland, Ohio area and a graduate from The Ohio State University with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration, Scott Schaefer is primarily responsible for analyzing CCB data and reporting, content management of the CCB website, as well as operations management. He is an accomplished Microsoft and Lotus Certified Professional and has extensive experience with numerous computer systems and various hardware and software programs.