Adrienne Baker is a former state law enforcement officer and prescription drug diversion specialist. She has provided lectures and training seminars for law enforcement and healthcare personnel for over 20 years. Starting in 2012 she worked as an Associate Director of RxLELE (Law Enforcement Liaison and Education) for Purdue Pharma. She was a full-time public speaker providing a variety of lectures to police and industry throughout the country. In addition, she was an FBI LEEDA instructor. Prior to joining Purdue in 2012, Mrs. Baker was Principal Agent for the Georgia State Medical Board. As a state law enforcement officer in Georgia, she conducted investigations involving pharmaceutical drug diversion and violations of state laws and regulations relating to medical practitioners. Mrs. Baker is a Master Police Instructor certified through the state police academy. In addition, she is a state Firearms and Defensive Tactics Instructor.
For her entire career, Mrs. Baker has traveled throughout the United States educating doctors, law enforcement officers, healthcare professionals, and community groups regarding safe and legal medical practices involving prescription drugs. In addition, she testified and assisted in the passing of SB 36, the Georgia Prescription Monitoring Program.
Mrs. Baker was named National Law Enforcement Educator of the Year in 2007 and has served as president of the National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators (NADDI) Georgia chapter since 2004. Mrs. Baker has also been on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Tactical Officers Association (GTOA) since 2004-2012. In 2009, she was named one of Georgia’s top 40 under 40 by Georgia Trend magazine.
Mrs. Baker holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Samford University and a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Georgia State University. In 2018 she graduated from Yale School of Management in the Executive Management Program.