Dr. Kenneth Stoller is Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and Director, Broadway Center for Addiction, Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Stoller’s transformational leadership at the Broadway Center for Addiction positioned his program to be widely recognized as a center of excellence with outstanding wraparound services that include housing, psychiatric care, primary health care coordination, in-house occupational therapy, embedded MCO case management, and peer recovery services. His contributions to the field range from addictions psychiatry expert, researcher, administrator, educator, mentor, and provider of direct and empathetic patient care. Dr. Stoller has been instrumental in shaping drug related policy, advocating for the cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit of addiction treatment and implementing innovative and integrative addiction treatment modalities. Dr. Stoller has the unique ability to uphold simultaneously the highest standard of both compassion and professionalism in working with patients and colleagues, leaving a mark of inspiration and empowerment on the lives of those he touches.