Arman Lorz, BS, brings extensive experience in English and Spanish addressing disparities among populations at increased risk for HIV in the U.S. and internationally since the early 2000s. He specializes in implementing and adapting structured interventions to align with local and cultural needs, training as a capacity building strategy, applying technology to advance prevention and technical assistance, and utilizing needs assessment to inform community-based strategies. His front-line experience working in the non-profit arena provides him with ample understanding of challenges small organizations face meeting the needs of clients and funders. His expertise includes deep understanding of the social and motivational determinants of behavior used to shape prevention and treatment approaches. His experience coaching, implementing, evaluating, and coordinating various aspects of high impact technical assistance, and conducting needs assessments and evaluation studies have led him to present at the American Public Health AssociationAnnual Meeting and the U.S. Conference on AIDS.