Founder and Executive Director
Kevan Shah is currently a student at Muhlenberg College. He founded End Overdose Together to promote community awareness of the opioid crisis by recruiting, training, and mobilizing students to lead trainings on opioid overdose recognition and prevention. He previously worked with several nonprofits focused on combating the opioid crisis, including the Opioid Overdose Prevention Network, Integrity House, and New Jersey Reentry Corporation. His work at these organizations have helped identify and promote best practices in treating opioid use disorder. Kevan is a native of New Jersey and graduated from the Academy for Medical Science Technology at the Bergen County Academies.
Dr. Chrysan Cronin
Director of Programs
Dr. Chrysan Cronin is an Assistant Professor and the Director of Public Health at Muhlenberg College. She and her students focus on efforts to improve the health of communities on and around campus, including awareness campaigns about radon risks and opioid overdoses. Dr. Cronin received her MPH and DrPH from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Cronin received a Master of Science from New Mexico State University and B.S. from the University of New Hampshire.
Director of Advancement and Development
Bill McGlinn is the Director of Corporate, Foundation & Government Relations (CFGR) at Muhlenberg College. The Office of Corporate, Foundation & Government Relations unites faculty and management interest in raising funds for equipment, facilities, research, scholarship, endowments or programs, as prioritized in the College’s strategic plan. All national foundation, local, Commonwealth and federal government competitive grants and appropriation requests are also championed through this office. Prior to joining Muhlenberg College, Bill was the Director of Development and Marketing for the Da Vinci Science Center. Bill received an M.F.A. in Theatre from Yale University and a Master in Public Administration from New York University. Bill received his B.A. from Notre Dame.
Director of Community Outreach
Rashida Haye is currently in her fourth year at Muhlenberg College, studying public health and sustainability. She is passionate about public health as it touches upon every aspect of life and greatly influences the well-being of people and communities around the world. She is most interested in addressing the underlying causes of health disparities and inequitable access to care and resources across different populations. After graduation, Rashida will be pursuing a Master of Public Health to become an even greater impetus for change in our global community.
Tyler Wolfe is the Administrative Assistant to several departments within the Office of Advancement at Muhlenberg College including Leadership & Principal Gifts, Corporate Foundations, Advancement Communications, and manages the community focused Board of Associates organization. He is an alumnus of the Muhlenberg College School of Continuing Education earning a B.S. in Business Administration and currently pursuing his MBA at DeSales University with a concentration in project management and business information systems.
Assistant to Administrative Director
Sophia Copeland is currently in her first year at Muhlenberg College studying film/theatre Studies and business administration. She works as an intern in the Office of Advancement assisting with daily business operations, project management planning, and financial budgets associated with the Board of Associates organization. Sophia enjoys working on collaboratives involving students at the College in partnership with the local Lehigh Valley community.
Brynn Cardonick is currently in her fourth year at Muhlenberg College studying neuroscience and public health. Brynn has aspirations to go to medical school. She recently has been published in the Journal of the Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association and is now a full-time writer for the publication. She has conducted research around the risk communication of radon in the Lehigh Valley. She is involved in many organizations on campus including Cardinal Key Society and Alpha Phi Omega. In her free time, Brynn volunteers at a hospice facility in Warminster, Pennsylvania.
Meray Faragalla is currently in her fourth year at Muhlenberg College studying public health and biology. Meray has conducted public health research on radon risk communication since her second year at Muhlenberg. She has studied public health policy and conducted a semester-long independent study in Switzerland. In the future, Meray hopes to be a pediatrician, using her public health background to advocate for the health of her patients.
Esther Schlossberg is currently in her fourth year at Muhlenberg College studying public health and Jewish studies. Esther has interned at the Connecticut Department of Public Health conducting research on the opioid epidemic. Most recently she has served as the Community Health/Opioid Prevention and Recovery Intern at St. Luke’s University Health Network in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Esther is passionate about public health and excited to be making a difference in the Lehigh Valley community.
Roshni Patel is currently in her third year as a pre-medical student at Muhlenberg College studying neuroscience and public health. Roshni possesses leadership qualities in her position as an Orientation Leader and as a facilitator for CPR training and refresher courses in the community. During her free time, she enjoys running her photography business and traveling around the world with her family and friends. Roshni looks forward to educating the community about opioid overdose awareness and Narcan administration.