Liesl Bradford Lu, MS, is a Curriculum Developer with CBA@JSI. She brings 11 years of experience in health communications, program planning, training, TA, evaluation, and curriculum development across key public health areas including immunization, health IT, tobacco control, and HIV/AIDS. She is experienced in engaging and communicating with key stakeholders to translate policy into programs and promote population-based health initiatives as well as targeted campaigns. At JSI, she currently serves as an Activity Manager on the ACE TA Center where she oversees and develops training and TA of Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program providers for the Human Resources Services Administration HIV /AIDS Bureau (HRSA/HAB). She also monitors health IT grantees and develops videos to highlight their successes. As the Roll-Out Coordinator for the Massachusetts Immunization Information System (MIIS), Liesl provided TA to health care providers to report immunization data to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. She developed the pilot and statewide roll-out approaches and the associated training curriculum for providers including training videos, job aides, and workflows. Liesl received her Master of Science from the Harvard School of Public Health with a focus in health communication, organizational management, and program planning and evaluation.