Jacqueline A. Dyson (she/her) has a B.A. degree in human service and is a certified health coach. She has worked in health care administration for more than 30 years in various management positions and health systems, often witnessing structural barriers to health equity and cultural hesitancy toward participating in research on health disparities. In more recent years, Jacqueline and her family members have experienced multiple chronic illnesses, leading to her volunteerism, dedication, and advocacy work toward eliminating health disparities. Jacqueline is currently a member of the University of California, Davis (UC Davis) All of Us Engagement Team; AAWHL (the African American Women’s Health Legacy). Additionally, she is a member of the NCNW (National Council of Negro Women) Sacramento Valley chapter, serving as the president and working extensively on initiatives that align with the organization’s Good Health Women’s Immunization Networks (WINs) program.