Speakers/ Panelists

Ronald Black, L.C.S.W.

Ron earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Hawaii and his graduate degree from Florida International University where he received the Excellence in the Field Award in 1989. He holds an active license in the state of Florida and has been board certified as a clinical supervisor for social work, mental health and marriage and family therapy. He has over 34 years of clinical experience in the field. In addition, he has over 25 years of administrative experience and has developed supervision and training programs for graduate students and interns from a wide array of disciplines, including social work, counseling and nursing. He has served as an adjunct professor and as a clinical instructor for numerous local universities. He has practical experience in agency administration, JACHO and CARF accreditation, training and development, substance abuse and intensive couples counseling.

Toni DiDona, Ph.D., L.C.S.W.

Toni earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Miami and both her M.S.W. and Ph.D. degrees from Florida International University where she received the Academic Excellence Award in 1989. She holds an active license in the state of Florida and has been board certified as a clinical supervisor for social work, mental health and marriage and family therapy. She has over 27 years of experience in the field, including clinical work, teaching and administration in mental health settings. She has over 8 years of full time teaching experience and has taught at both the graduate and undergraduate level at 4 major universities in the south Florida area. She has practical experience in accreditation for CARF, JCAHO and MSA. She has experience in training and development, child and adolescent therapy, special medial populations including HIV, SED children and head injury. She also currently teaches at CAU, where she was awarded the Distinguish Professor of the Year in 2007.


Richard Zonderman, Ph.D.

Richard serviced as the chief assessor for the CIA. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburg and both his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. Richard has over 38 years of experience in the field. He holds licensure in both Virginia and Florida as a psychologist. He has extensive experience in both the clinical arena as well as administration. Most notably he served as the Chief Assessor for the Federal Government’s Program on Creative Leadership, a program required for promotion in many federal agencies. Richard has also served as an adjunct professor, teaching at two universities.


Tony King

Tony King earned his undergraduate degree from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and his master’s degree from Nova University. He holds an active license as a mental health counselor (LMHC) and is certified as an addiction professional (MCAP) in Florida. Tony is a board-certified clinical supervisor for mental health counselors in Florida. He served as a Senior Administrator and Clinical Director for the Drug Abuse Foundation for 23 years, where he planned, developed, managed, and evaluated direct client services. Tony is the president of Tony L. King and Associates and has been conducting staff training for over 20 years.


Kelly Moselle

Kelly has worked in the field of addiction and recovery since 2008. He currently works in private practice, offering groups in codependency, managing recovery, anger management, and clinical supervision. Most recently, Kelly was honored as the recipient of Caron’s 2019 Educational Excellence Award for demonstrating exceptional wisdom and leadership in supporting and embracing programs that educate students, families, and communities in the awareness of substance use disorders.

Kelly served as the Executive Director for many years at ADACBGA, the largest addiction certification board in Georgia. Kelly has helped create many unique treatments and recovery-oriented systems of care, including serving as program director and clinical director in a variety of treatment settings. Prior to working with those seeking recovery from substance use disorders, Kelly worked in higher education for over 16 years, where he focused on learning outside the traditional classroom; giving back to the community, building civic and social responsibility, and developing the whole person.

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