Kenneth L. Osborne is an Assistant Chief Administrative Officer for Programs for the Illinois Department of Corrections. Mr. Osborne has over three decades of ASAM informed substance use, mental and behavioral health treatment experience that include the roles of SUD treatment Administrator, drug court training faculty, Warden, jail administrator, educator, and consultant. He holds a MS in Chemical Dependency Counseling and is a Certified Public Manager. Additionally, Mr. Osborne provides national and international consultation and technical assistance to corrections, problem solving/alternative sentencing courts, treatment facilities and serves as a subject matter expert on the ACEs related issues of father absence and family reunification. He is the author of the 2013 Amazon bestselling book “When Mama is Daddy: Addressing the male crisis and challenge of Father Absence and the follow up book The Father Factor: What happens when Daddy’s home?