Tim Rabolt coordinates the collegiate recovery efforts for Altarum which include outreach, research, collaboration, business development, as well as staying informed of the latest news and policies around higher education and recovery. In his role at Altarum, Tim primarily works with the Association of Recovery in Higher Education (ARHE), overseeing event management, community relations, and strategic advancement. Tim also works on a variety of projects addressing health, mental health, and substance use disorders, and served as a project coordinator on the CBO-ATR4 project, supporting grantees with ongoing and episodic technical assistance, training, meeting, and webinar needs. Prior to joining Altarum, Tim was an intern for the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy and graduate assistant for the George Washington University Collegiate Recovery Program. He served on the Board of Directors for the Association of Recovery in Higher Education and is currently on the Board for The Chris Atwood Foundation. He received his Bachelor’s in Business Administration and Master’s in Higher Education Administration from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Tim received numerous awards during his time at GWU, most notably The George Washington Award for his work in recovery advocacy. The GW Award is the university’s highest honor. He’s been in recovery since April of 2011 during his senior year of high school. Tim was born in Palo Alto, California but grew up in Wilmington, Delaware before moving down to Washington, D.C. for his studies.
Project Manager, Collegiate Recovery Advisor