Laura Titus is a Research Assistant at Healthy Housing Solutions (Solutions). She has over 15 years of experience in field research support, having overseen data management for nine research studies. She has extensive experience in coordinating training sessions throughout the country. Ms. Titus is the Project Coordinator for Solutions' CDC-funded grant for the Healthy Homes/National Lead Poisoning Prevention Training Center. In that capacity, she is in charge of all logistical arrangements for the trainings, including sending out packets of information via email to all state level CLPPP program contacts; ordering supplies; preparing training manuals; shipping training supplies to the training the facilities; and attending the trainings. Ms. Titus is currently serving as the Project Coordinator for Solutions' CDC-funded National Healthy Homes Training Center and Network. She is in charge of contacting the training partners; ordering supplies; and organizing and shipping materials to training facilities nationwide. Ms. Titus developed the National Center for Healthy Housing’s (NCHH) E-newsletter, and implemented an email newsletter campaign. She is the Webmaster for both Solutions' and NCHH’s websites and has experience encompassing a wide range of software and applications in the office technology field. Ms. Titus has an Associate in Applied Science degree from Howard Community College in Columbia, MD.