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Meet our team

Deborah Fowler

President & Founder

Deborah is the founder of Remembering ADAM Inc. a nonprofit substance abuse education organization.  She founded Remembering ADAM in 1998 to create environmental prevention education programs that would create change with children, adults and communities.  Debbie has helped develop numerous prevention programs that are successfully running in numerous school districts in Pennsylvania.  

Debbie has worked with Cambria County Drug and Alcohol as a contracted prevention provider for the past fifteen years.  She has served on numerous boards and committees including Cambria County Drug and Alcohol Advisory Committee, MOMSTELL, Communities That Care, SHIP Collaborative Board, Pennsylvania Drug and Alcohol Coalition Technical Advisory Committee, and the National Family Dialogue.  

Debbie is an advocate for legislation concerning substance abuse issues.  She has testified at legislative hearings in Pennsylvania and was instrumental in the passage of HR 585 and House Bill 28.


Megan Bursky

Prevention Specialist

Megan is the full-time prevention specialist for Remembering ADAM. Megan graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology with a concentration in juvenile delinquency. 

Upon graduation, Megan worked full-time as a Criminal Justice Assistant at The Open Door in Indiana, PA. She was responsible for DUI classes, CRN evaluations as well as completing intake assessment and treatment group facilitation. 

In 2004, Megan began a full-time position at Pyramid Healthcare as a treatment specialist. Mrs. Bursky carried a full caseload of adult and adolescent clients who were struggling with addiction and recovery efforts. She facilitated intensive outpatient group (IOP), outpatient, and individual sessions. In addition, she began providing substance abuse prevention at Cambria County Prison to the male and female population. 

In 2008, Megan found her place with Remembering ADAM where she began to carry out environmental change through substance abuse education prevention programs in schools, local communities, and the justice system. 

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