Lisa Fujie Parks has been working to prevent domestic and sexual violence and promote health and equity for over 15 years. In 1999, she led a team of LGBTQ youth and adults to design one of the country’s first LGBTQ relationship violence prevention projects, the LOVE & JUSTICE Project. She has conducted hundreds of trainings, provided consultation services in over 10 states and co-authored several publications. One of Lisa’s strengths is her ability to combine the best of community-based public health practice with constituency-driven social justice organizing and advocacy to promote bold and comprehensive community change. She is currently implementing the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence’s Prevention Plan 2009-2013, to mobilize a statewide prevention network to promote respectful and equitable nonviolent relationships in all families and communities in California.