Isabella Warmbrunn is the Data Analyst for the Detroit Health Department (DHD) in the Division of HIV/STI. In her role, she reviews clinical and demographic data from 14 Part A/MAI funded agencies across Metro Detroit. She works with agencies individually to improve viral load suppression, retention in care, and medical visit frequency metrics. Her goal is to increase access to care and clinical outcomes utilizing data. In 2022, she became a member of Michigan HIV/AIDS Council where she frequently collaborates with individuals statewide on HIV prevention and care topics. Prior to her role at DHD, she completed her M.S at Wayne State University School of Medicine (WSUSOM). During her graduate studies, she worked as a Research Assistant at the Wayne State University Prevention Team (W’SUP) in the WSUSOM Family Medicine department. At W’SUP she worked on the MESA project, which investigated the impact of a behavioral intervention on ART adherence in adolescents living with HIV. She has presented work from W’SUP at the Wayne State University Graduate Symposium and for DHD at the 2022 National Ryan White Conference. Her HIV research contributions have been published in Springer. Isabella is honored to be part of the 2022-2023 Youth Initiative Program!