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).
- 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)
- 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.