Armando Lorz

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Senior Consultant, U.S.


Arman Lorz has been working on federal and local HIV and substance use initiatives for over 15 years. His work focuses on increasing the prevention and treatment capacity of community-based organizations and state health departments; addressing the socio-ecological determinants of behavioral and mental health within historically underserved populations; and increasing equity and inclusivity for immigrants, people living with HIV, and communities of color. Arman is trainer and curriculum developer with expertise in trauma-informed approaches, formative evaluation, training, technical assistance, and prevention and intervention design. He has a BS in health care administration and management from Colorado State University.

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Sharing Lessons Between Epidemics: What can we learn from the responses to HIV and COVID-19?


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