Diana Padilla brings 18 years of public health experience to her position as a
Program Manager for NDRI-USA’s Training Institute. She manages
the, ‘Cultural Proficiency in Drug Court Practice,’ training drug court practitioners and
substance abuse professionals across the country on how to work effectively with
diverse cultures and enhance the likelihood of successful program outcomes. She is
also a senior trainer and curriculum developer for the Northeast & Caribbean
Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NeC-ATTC).
With her background in drug treatment and HIV/AIDS
services, Diana trains behavioral health providers, prevention professionals, treatment specialists, and
drug court practitioners on various topics effecting behavior change such as SBIRT, Substance Abuse,
Cultural Proficiency, Hepatitis C, Trauma Informed Care, and Developmental Issues with Adolescents.