Arman Lorz has a rich history coordinating various successful research projects, working with experts on controversial issues, and working with numerous hard-to-reach populations in the U.S. since the early 2000s. His expertise includes coordinating project activities, developing survey guides, performing key stakeholder interviews, and conducting focus groups. His front-line experience working in the nonprofit arena provides him with a keen understanding of challenges health departments, clinics, and community-based organizations face related to reaching at-risk and other hard-to-reach populations, implementing high-impact HIV strategies, and promoting interventions. His personal and professional experience has created a deep understanding within him of the motivating determinants of behaviors, attitudes, and perspectives within hard-to-reach populations that can be used to shape prevention and treatment approaches. Mr. Lorz has contributed to several state-wide research projects conducting interviews and focus groups across the U.S. in both English and Spanish.