Marissa Tonelli is responsible for managing HIV and HCV prevention, care, and policy technical assistance (TA) programs for health departments, community-based organizations (CBOs), AIDS service organizations (ASOs), health care organizations, and physicians. She has led training, TA, and skills-building tool/resource development to improve the sustainability and effectiveness of organizations serving minority populations for over eight years. She leads HealthHCV, an advocacy and education initiative of HealthHIV that delivers medical education, training, and TA to health care organizations and providers to enhance their ability to effectively screen, link to care, and treat people with hepatitis C. Prior to joining HealthHIV, she served as a Public Health Associate for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in a field assignment with District of Columbia Department of Health. While there she supported tuberculosis and viral hepatitis education/training and TA in the community and assisted with TB contact investigation and viral hepatitis surveillance activities. Ms. Tonelli is a graduate of The George Washington University’s School of Public Health and Health Services.