Dr. Horwitz-Willis (often referred to as Dr. Nate) is a Doctor of Public Health and received his training from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Fay W. Boozman (pronounced Bose-man) College of Public Health. He has professionally practiced in the field of Public Health for over a decade. He is an Assistant Professor of Public Health and Coordinator of Public Health Practice at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS) University in Boston, MA. He also concurrently serves as a Public Health Officer for the Massachusetts Air National Guard at Joint Base Cape Cod. He is a recipient of the 2019 Massachusetts Public Health Association (MPHA) Dr. Alfred Frechette ‘Rising Star’ award for being a champion of health equity in Massachusetts. He is the founder of Horwitz-Willis Public Health Advising & Consulting, which has recently launched the Leliwop.org brand that focuses on creating and sustaining healthy spaces and places where we ‘learn, live, work, & play’ across the globe. Some of his recent public health endeavors include leading the creation of the nation’s first Academic Public Health Volunteer Corps, establishing the nation+s first local public health pilot study of advanced contact tracing technology, and leading military COVID public health efforts across Massachusetts.