Juli Powers is the Director of CBA@JSI and has been with JSI in the Atlanta office since 2007. She brings 15 years of experience, both domestically and internationally, as a program manager, trainer, and evaluator to her CBA work. Juli has supported CDC-funded agencies throughout the United States and its territories to implement HIV prevention and care programs, and has worked extensively to help organizations collect and report HIV prevention data, as well as use data for monitoring, evaluation, and program improvement. Juli is a national trainer for several CDC evidence-based interventions and public health strategies, and has provided a broad range of CBA services over the years to address linkage to HIV medical care, HIV medication adherence interventions, use of surveillance data for re-engaging persons living with HIV into care, behavioral intervention support, integrated HIV planning, and organizational infrastructure. Juli served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ecuador’s rural health program from 1998-2002 and remains active with the Atlanta Area Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (AARPCV). She holds an MPH in global reproductive health from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University and a BA in Spanish from Emory University. In her free time, Juli loves to travel, bake, and run.