Mark Lockwood is a senior associate on the Drug User Health team. In his role, Mark supports technical assistance efforts related to increasing collaborative drug user health service delivery across in-state, multisectoral agencies, and local health departments. Additionally, he supports the team’s capacity to address the impacts of the intersecting crises of drug use, HIV, and viral hepatitis in community and public health settings, particularly within state and local health departments and Syringe Services Programs (SSPs). Prior to NASTAD, Mark worked as the program manager at the Center for Harm Reduction Services, Maryland Department of Health, where he managed statewide implementation of harm reduction services; monitored grant funding; and co-facilitated the approval of new programs. He has also previously worked as a harm reduction coordinator at HIPS (Washington, DC) and as a harm reduction educator at Project WOW (Newark, NJ). Mark received his B.A. in Women’s & Gender Studies from Rutgers University and his M.A. in Performance Studies from New York University. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in American Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park.