Roldyne has a broad range of experience in various domains of public health, including breast cancer risk reduction, tobacco prevention policy, rural children’s health and program development. Prior to joining GAP, Roldyne worked at the Florida Department of Health developing tobacco prevention policies for the Broward County K-12 School District, Colleges/Universities and led health equity projects to increase tobacco cessation access at federally qualified health centers. She also had previous experience managing the Women of Color: Strengthened by Action Program, a program that addresses disparities and advances equity in the oncology field. Roldyne serves on GAP’s Inclusive Research Infinitive (IRI) team, where Managers of Diversity and Community Outreach (Community Connectors) help to improve representation in clinical trials by providing support to GAP-Net sites throughout the US. This support includes and is not limited to recruitment strategy, AD awareness and education, community engagement, community mapping initiatives and building relationships with community partners that serve in underrepresented communities. She graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a Master in Public Health in 2020 and a Bachelor of Science in Health Education from the University of Florida in 2017, and is also a Certified Health Education Specialist.