Dr. Aileen Duldulao (she/her/siya pronouns) REALD & SOGI Data Equity Measurement Methodologist, comes to OHA after almost 9 years as the Maternal, Child, and Family Health Epidemiologist and Research Scientist for the Multnomah County Health Department (MCHD). In her previous role, she led surveillance, research, and evaluation related to racial and ethnic disparities in birth and parent, child, and family health outcomes using decolonizing, community-engaged, and community-centered epidemiologic methods with a focus on communities of color. In 2018, she was awarded the National Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Award for Effective Practice at the Community Level by the Coalition for Excellence in MCH Epidemiology (which includes CDC, NIH, APHA, etc.). As a longtime OHA partner, Dr. Duldulao has been working with Dr. Marjorie McGee on REALD since 2016, served on the REALD Data Governance Committee since 2017, and was a member of the Oregon Health Policy Board’s Metrics and Scoring Committee from 2020-2022. Dr. Duldulao earned her BA in Sociology and English, with High Honors, from the University of California at Berkeley, and her Masters in Social Work from the University of Washington. While at UW, she continued to earn her PhD in Social Welfare during which she was a National Institute of Mental Health Prevention Research Fellow and a Translational Health Research Fellow with the UW Institute for Translational Health Sciences. Dr. Duldulao currently serves as the Data Advisor for the Oregon Pacific Islander Coalition and is on the Board of Directors for the Filipino Bayanihan Center.