Debra Gardner Morris is a results-driven, people-centered professional who brings over 40 years of public health experience to improve population health. She leverages expertise in system strengthening, trauma-informed practices, training, technical assistance, and coalition building to develop culturally responsive interventions. Debra guides agencies with evidence-based and culturally competent prevention strategies to optimize and enhance service delivery models. She is praised for her ability to mobilize diverse stakeholders in the development of community-centered solutions. Specifically, Debra has effectively engaged school systems; local, state, and federal agencies; and non-profit organizations. She received her MPH from Emory University School of Public Health and is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist.