Dustin Mets

Dustin Mets

Chief Executive Officer

Dustin Mets joined CompDrug in 2008 and was named CompDrug’s second President and Chief Executive Officer in September 2011. Dustin graduated Cum Laude from Ohio University and received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Dayton School of Law.

Alex Meyer

Alex Meyer

Chief Operating Officer

Alex Meyer joined CompDrug in 2015 and was named Chief Operating Officer in 2018. Alex holds a Masters in Applied Psychology, and has over 15 years experience in health services programming and research with private non-profit organizations.

Dave Bridge

Dave Bridge

Chief Financial Officer

Dave joined the CompDrug team in 2016 as the CFO.  He graduated from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio earning a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Accounting. Dave’s work experience includes over 15 years in the Not for Profit industry including 10 years as a Chief Financial Officer.

Cheryl Sells

Cheryl Sells

Director, Youth Prevention

Cheryl Sells joined CompDrug in 2006 and was named the Director of Youth Prevention in 2016. Over the course of her career as a certified prevention specialist, Cheryl has served on several community coalitions, managed and coordinated large national youth training conferences and coordinated community and county-wide youth led programs.

Margaret Thomas

Margaret Thomas

Director, Human Resources

Margaret Thomas joined CompDrug in January 2015 as Human Resources Director.  She consults with and provides guidance to agency leadership and staff with a focus on staff development, employee engagement and organizational policies and best practices.

Dean Agra, MD

Dean Agra, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Dean Agra, MD completed his undergraduate work at St. Louis University and earned his Doctor of Medicine from Wright State University School of Medicine. Dean has practiced general Internal Medicine, Nephrology and is Board Certified in Addiction Medicine. Dean felt called to addiction medicine and is honored to serve this population that has been traditionally neglected and stigmatized.