The initiator and spiritual leader of the World League “Mind Free of Drugs”, Jenishbek Nazaraliev, is a Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, the President of the Nazaraliev Medical Centre, a member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences and the World Federation for Mental Health, and the coordinator of the Central Asia regional office of the ICAA (an international committee for alcohol and drug abuse based in Lausanne, Switzerland).
In 1989 Professor Nazaraliev was the first to establish a private drug and alcohol abuse treatment clinic claiming that drug and alcohol addiction is a severe illness and patients with this sickness deserve to be adequately treated rather than isolated from society. For the past 30 years Jenishbek Nazaraliev has been successfully treating addictions which destroy the minds and personalities of the humans afflicted. Patients call him Doctor Life - this name was given to him through their uneasy daily practice and heavy battles against alcoholism and drug addiction. Doctor Nazaraliev is the author of a unique treatment technology, which has helped more than 18,000 people from different parts of the world to rid themselves of addiction.
Being deeply concerned and overwhelmed by the desire to rid humanity of deadly addictions, Doctor Nazaraliev has visited more than five continents in order to research positive experiences in the fight against drug and alcohol addiction, and has written a book devoted to his research called “Fatal Red Poppies”, which has been translated into four languages.
Alexander Melnikov was born in 1987 in Frunze City, Kyrgyz SSR. At the age of 22, he graduated from the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University, specializing in international journalism. In 2010, he worked at the Nazaraliev Medical Center, but he subsequently left Kyrgyzstan and in 2012, whilst living in St. Petersburg, he started working at the World League "Mind Free of Drugs" as a public relations manager. He proved himself as an intelligent and forward-thinking specialist, able to find new innovative approaches to solving problems. In the following year he was appointed as Public Relations Director and took control over the implementation of existing projects being conducted by the World League.
Denis Pototskı graduated from the Technical University in Kyrgyzstan in 1998, earning a degree in Informational Systems in Economics.
He was employed by the Nazaraliev Medical Center in 2001, becoming the manager of the Information Department. Soon after the foundation of the World League "Mind Free of Drugs" was established Denis headed the first League project and over time he positioned himself as a devoted and goal-oriented colleague.
In 2010 Mr. Denis Potoski, who for the previous ten years had been working closely with Professor Nazaraliev, became the Executive Director of the World League "Mind Free of Drugs".
Natalie Subbotina graduated from Charles Sturt University in Sydney, Australia in 2004, majoring in Business Management. She started her career with the World League in 2002 and since then devoted herself fully to both the World League "Mind Free of Drugs" and to the Nazaraliev Medical Center. After graduation Natalie moved from Australia to the Kyrgyz Republic and was appointed as the manager of the foreign affairs department. Natalie was the one who made the meeting with his Holiness Dalai Lama the XIV a reality, and recruited most of the honourable members of the World League. In 2019, Natalie was appointed as General Director for the World League "Mind Free of Drugs".