Robert Foley, M.Ed. is the Chief Program Officer with the National Indian Health Board (NIHB) where he works on programs and advocacy initiatives providing technical assistance, training, resource brokering and information dissemination services on a variety of issues including: Medicare/Medicaid/CHIP; methamphetamine; behavioral health; and HIV prevention; and public health accreditation. At the core of NIHB’s work is to ensure that the federal government upholds the trust responsibility for health. Previously, Mr. Foley worked with the National Native American AIDS Prevention Center delivering HIV technical assistance, creating national prevention and educational materials, and promoting targeted social marketing efforts. Mr. Foley worked as a training specialist with the National Network of Prevention Training Centers to train on HIV/STI evidence-based prevention. Prior, he was a research assistant with the Tri-Ethnic Center for Prevention Research at Colorado State University where he examined substance use and domestic violence prevention in rural and ethnic communities.