Arielle Guerrero was born and raised in Tucson, AZ. She is currently obtaining her bachelor’s degree in public health and nursing at Grand Canyon University. While in school she has volunteered with many organizations such as the Center for Neurosciences Foundation. At the CNSF, she has taught elementary to high school students about brain health, mental health, and substance use. Arielle has vast experience in phlebotomy and as an HIV tester. She has a passion for helping others in the community regarding HIV/ STI’s and substance use especially with Latino youth. As the Lead Navigator for the Por Vida program, she strives to improve services for those at risk of HIV and substance use disorders within the Gen Z Latino population (13-24 y/o) by teaching them the Cuidate! curriculum as well as providing HIV testing.