Vincent N. Buttaci Joins CHADD Board of Directors

Buttaci Leardi & Werner LLC is pleased to announce that founding member Vincent N. Buttaci has been named to CHADD’s Board of Directors and has joined its Public Policy Committee. For Vincent, this organization’s mission is personal, having battled with undiagnosed ADHD while in law school and now helping his daughter navigate her own relationship with neurodiversity. “The support, training, education and advocacy that CHADD offers are invaluable to those of us who literally think differently,” he said. “With greater understanding – of ourselves, our family members, neighbors, colleagues, or others in our communities – we can help create a brighter future that encourages and includes all perspectives.” 

Vincent joins other medical, legal, education, and psychology professionals on CHADD’s Board, which is charged with developing the organization’s annual strategic plan and identifying measurable objectives supporting CHADD’s mission and principles. As a member of the Public Policy Committee, Vincent and other committee members monitor regulatory agencies and legislation affecting ADHD and related disorders, and develop national, state, and local legislative priorities they wish to influence, particularly within the justice and educational systems, civil rights, employment, and healthcare sectors.  

CHADD CEO Laurie Kulikosky notes, “We are delighted to welcome Vincent Buttaci to our Board of Directors. He understands first-hand the effects and opportunities presented by ADHD and related disorders and how our organization moves the needle for others.”   ​

Vincent focuses his practice on representing nonprofit and for-profit behavioral health facilities and health systems in all aspects of care delivery, access, and reimbursement. Additionally, he has nearly 25 years of experience representing nonprofit healthcare associations in matters of advocacy, legislative action, and public policy reform.  

About CHADD 

CHADD is the leading resource on Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), providing support, training, education and advocacy for the 17 million children and adults in the United States living with ADHD, their families, educators, and healthcare professionals. As home to the National Resource Center on ADHD, funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CHADD is the most trusted source of reliable, science-based information regarding current medical research and ADHD management, and offers comprehensive programs and services at both the national and local levels. 

  • Posted on: Sep 6 2023