Khiree Smith will be the keynote speaker at the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America's (CADCA) 28th Annual National Leadership Forum on February 6. The annual training event hosts an expected 3,000 prevention specialists from across the world, providing top-tier community problem solving and substance abuse prevention training, networking opportunities and insights from renowned speakers from the field. Smith began his work in community problem solving at the age of 12, leading to a role as Lead Trainer in CADCA's National Youth Leadership Initiative (NYLI). The NYLI is committed to strengthening the skills and capacity of young people to influence positive change in the communities where they live, learn and grow. The program has trained over 10,000 youth to date. More information on the CADCA's National Forum can be found here.