Gretchen Clark Hammond, Ph.D., MSW, LSW, TTS, has worked in human services and addiction treatment since 1999, specializing in quality addiction treatment services, counseling skills, and resource procurement. In 2012, Dr. Hammond became the CEO at Mighty Crow. Her company provides grant-writing, development, training, project implementation, evaluation, and other management services to organizations working in human service and public health. MCM has worked with non-profit organizations across the state to secure over $10 million dollars.

Her career has involved working at Amethyst, Inc., as the Director of Research and Grants Management. During her tenure at Amethyst, Dr. Hammond secured over $5.4 million in new funds and managed several new initiatives and service programs, including the nationally-recognized Integrated Tobacco Treatment Program. Dr. Hammond’s insights on addiction and tobacco dependence treatment led to national consulting work with Pfizer, Inc. Additionally, providers throughout the state of Ohio have utilized her clinical and teaching skills to assist them with addiction treatment, quality care, and program implementation. MCM recently completed a five-year Children’s Bureau Cooperative Agreement grant with Franklin County Children Services. The Gateway CALL project focused on addressing trauma and behavioral health needs in children who come to the attention of child welfare. Dr. Hammond is often called upon to facilitate training and education in the areas of trauma-informed care (TIC), addiction and recovery, Motivational Interviewing (MI), and grant-writing and evaluation. She is a community lecturer in the College of Social Work and in the Glenn College of Public Affairs at The Ohio State University.