Bob Goodale is a former Harris Teeter CEO and former NC Deputy Secretary of Commerce. In addition to his past service on the Healing Transitions of Directors and current service on the Board of Trustees, Bob serves on the Board of Directors of Montford Hall, Pavillon, and the Alcohol and Drug Council of North Carolina where he also served as President. He previously served on the Hanley-Hazelden Foundation Board of Directors, Hazelden National Advisory Committee; Hazelden, New York City Advisory Board, North Carolina Department of Corrections Substance Abuse Advisory Board; Rebound, Charlotte Board of Directors, Amethyst Foundation, Chairman of the Board and the Charlotte Treatment Center Board of Directors and Capital Campaign Chairman.
Bob served in the Army after receiving a B.S. degree from Iowa State University. He also received an M.B.A. from the University of Kansas. Bob’s honors include the Trotter/Black Award, Hope Haven, Charlotte “For his unique contributions in the field of recovery” and the Order of the Hornet, Mecklenburg County, NC Board of County Commissioners’ highest award. Bob’s story of addiction and recovery is told in SECOND CHANCES by Gary Stromberg.