Lori began her research career as a Research Assistant focusing on the prevention, identification, and treatment of substance abuse and addiction. More recently, Lori worked as a Clinical Research Coordinator at an Alzheimer’s research center in Florida where she managed a variety of complex research trials focused on the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease. She serves on GAP’s Participant Service (GPS) team as a liaison, who support GAP-Net sites to meet their screening and randomization goals through various strategies including community outreach, physician and community partnerships, and advertising. Liaisons share best practices in GAP-enabled trials and help sites address obstacles as they operationalize studies. She serves sites in the eastern United States. Lori has a master’s degree in social work from Stony Brook University and an undergraduate degree in psychology from State University of New York at Oswego.