Olivia Trujillo began working with the Center for American Indian Health in 2014. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Public Health from The University of Arizona. She started with the Infectious Disease Team in Shiprock, NM. She has since worked with the NativeVision Program in Tuba City, AZ and the Family Spirit Nurture: Preventing Early Childhood Obesity Study in Shiprock, NM. She recently relocated to Baltimore, MD to serve as the Center's Administrative Secretary with plans to go back to school for her MPH. She has experience in studying prolonged sulforaphane treatments on tumorigenic and nontumorigenic cancer cells at the Grand Forks Human Nutrition Research Center in Grand Forks, ND. She administered health surveys (The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System) to Southwestern American Indian Tribes with The Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center. She also traveled to Chennai, India to teach school aged children HIV/AIDS prevention with the International Alliance for the Prevention of AIDS organization.