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CEO, Founder

As founder of the Christopher Wolf Crusade, Cammie Wolf Rice is dedicated to bringing an end to the Opioid Epidemic. Prior to her philanthropic work, Cammie was Senior Vice President of Finance Technology for Bank of America, held Sr Director position at Hyperion and managed partnerships with Accenture, Deloitte, Ernst & Young and IBM. After the tragedy of losing her son, her work concentrates today on changing lives by extending lives through the fight against drug addiction. Cammie currently serves as the Chair of Usher’s New Look and an advisory board member of Global Teen Challenge.

Christopher Wolf Crusade (CwC) was founded in honor of Cammie’s son, Christopher Wolf (September 18, 1983 – February 26, 2016).

Committee Memberships:

  • Certified Instructor for Trauma Resource Institute
  • Georgia Attorney General’s Statewide Opioid Taskforce
  • Opiate Affected Youth Initiative Steering Committee for State of Georgia
  • Substance Abuse Research Alliance, SARA • Georgia Opioid Project
  • Drug Safety Task Force, Injury Prevention Research Center at Emory
  • Resilient Georgia
  • Reframe Digital App Advisory Board Member
  • Global Teen Challenge Advisory Board Member
  • Fentanyl Activist & Leader Community Network (FALCON)

Philanthropic Involvement:

  • Cambodian Children’s Fund, Director, 2011- present
  • Usher New Look Foundation, Elect-Chair, 2009- present
  • Emory Global Health Institute Advisory Council, founding member, 2012 – 2021
  • In 2014, Cammie and her husband, John, opened the CCF Rice Academy in Cambodia.
  • In 2016, they established an ICU unit at Calmette Hospital (the first in Cambodia) and refurbished the existing CCF medical clinic with
  • X-Ray and Ultrasound equipment; both were named “Christopher’s Hope”, in honor of Christopher.


Chief Financial Officer

CFO Christopher Wolf Crusade, Vice Chairman of GE (Retired), Chairman of Woodruffs Health and Sciences Board, Emory University.


Chief Medical Officer

Orthopedic trauma surgeon, Chief of Orthopedics and Medical Director of Surgical Informatics, Grady Memorial Hospital, Director of Orthopedic Trauma, Emory University School of Medicine.


Pediatrician, Chief Medical Officer at Medscape Education, Senior Medical Director at WebMD and on the Global Council for Emory Global Health Institute.


Professor of Medicine (Endocrinology, Metabolism, and Lipids) and has the distinction of Master Clinician in the Emory University School of Medicine Department of Medicine. He also serves as the Chief Medical Officer and Chief Quality & Patient Safety Officer for Emory Healthcare.


Clinical psychologist licensed in the state of Georgia with over 27 years of experience in the area of substance use disorders and other co-existing mental health disorders.


Director, The Emory Clinic, and Physician Group President, Emory Healthcare ; Executive Associate Dean of Faculty and Clinical Affairs and the Medical Director, Office of Risk and Insurance Services, Emory Healthcare; Gynecologic oncologist and a member of the Winship Cancer Institute.


Professor in the Schools of Medicine and Public Health at Emory University. He is Executive Vice President for Health Affairs Emeritus at Emory University, and President, CEO, and Chairman of the Board Emeritus of Emory Healthcare – positions he held at Emory from 1996 to 2007.


Dean of the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing at Emory University. Inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Hall of Fame in 2016 and is a Fellow of both the American Academy of Nursing and the American Academy of Occupational Health Nurses.


Co-founder and Director of Innovation, Vision, and Creativity for the Trauma Resource Institute. She is the author of the book, Building Resiliency to Trauma, the Trauma and Community Resiliency Models® (2015).


Board-certified in Emergency Medicine, Medical Toxicology, and Addiction Medicine, and maintains active clinical practice in all three specialties at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia.


Child/adolescent and adult addiction psychiatrist in Emory’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and is founder and director of the Emory Healthcare Addiction Services.


Jean Rawlings Sumner, M.D., F.A.C.P., dean of Mercer University School of Medicine (MUSM), has always cared deeply about the health of rural communities. A third-generation Georgia physician, Dr. Sumner has served in rural Georgia most of her career, practicing medicine in Washington and Johnson counties before becoming dean in 2016.

Dr. Sumner came to MUSM as a community faculty preceptor in 1989, became associate dean for rural health in 2014, and has held a succession of leadership positions over the years. She has served as hospital chief of staff and nursing home medical director, as well as a board member, chair, and president of numerous community and statewide professional organizations. At the state level, she served as a governor-appointed member, then president and medical director of the Georgia Composite Medical Board.

In 2020, Dr. Sumner received the Ralph O. Claypoole Sr. Memorial Award from the American College of Physicians—the first Georgian to receive the prestigious award. She is also a Fellow of the American College of Physicians.

Dr. Sumner received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing from the Medical College of Georgia and completed her medical degree at Mercer University School of Medicine. She completed her internal medicine residency at the Medical Center of Central Georgia (now Atrium Health Navicent).

She is married to Joe Sumner, a pharmacist, and they have two children and four granddaughters. Dr. Sumner enjoys raising chickens, fishing, art, and creating pottery.