Darleen McClung holds a Masters in Public Relations, in addition to her Criminal Justice Degree. She currently is the Director of the Sheriff’s Alcohol Awareness for Everyone (SAAFE) Program for the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office. She works with those with drug and alcohol issues to help them make life changes. She enjoys working with people and wants to bring the information from MADD to more diverse communities to make a difference in ending drunk and drugged driving.
Stratford High School in Nashville recently acknowledged her for being a partner with the Law Academies Advisory Board for White’s Creek. She is also a trained MADD Power of Parents Facilitator and serves on the MADD Tennessee State Advisory Board Fundraising Committee
She loves spending time with her daughter, exercising, being a part of her church, and vintage shopping.