Catherine Gray Haywood, Community Service Program Manager for Tulane’s Prevention Research Center and the current chair for Louisiana Community Health Outreach Network. Catherine received her BSW from Southern University @ New Orleans. Catherine has worked for the last 30 years advocating for individuals living below the poverty levels, also, working to educated communities around health disparities such as HIV/AIDS, breast and cervical cancers, and other cancers, obesity and active living, She’s one of the founding member of Women with a Vision, a non- profit organization that has been in existence for the last 25 years. . She provides structured mentoring process for community members about the PRC’s activities. She also implements training programs for community residents, barbers, stylists and health care providers around health issues. Catherine provide information on webinars that presents CBPR for organizations and neighborhood associations. In the past she has worked with ex-offenders in the pre-release program through Community Service Center. She is the Co-Regional Director for the South region for the National Community Committee (NCC), on the Executive Board of the Louisiana Cancer Control Partnership, and the leadership committee for the American Cancer Society’s Coffee Program. Also, a Community Health Worker Common Core(C3) fellow and Chair of Louisiana community Health Outreach Network.