Teraisa Mullaney is the Senior Director of Strategic Analytics. She leads a team of consultants and analysts that objectively seek answers to complex questions. Through actionable insights, visualizations, and purpose-driven analyses, Teraisa and the team build trust and understanding. Teraisa brings ten years of experience in public health evaluation and health services research to this role. She led population health analytics, needs assessments, and evaluation efforts under the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) Medicaid redesign program across the thirteen‐county Finger Lakes region. Teraisa has a long-standing interest in examining intersectional care models, stemming from her work with the team at the Forensic Drug Diversion Clinic, a cooperative endeavor between the Law and Psychiatry Division and the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services at the Yale School of Medicine. Teraisa is passionate about identifying areas to enhance our health and social care system through community engagement and representation. She has collaborated with a peer-led organization to implement and evaluate a community‐based network of peer support services for substance use. Through data-informed learning, Teraisa empowers stakeholders with the answers they need to make data‐informed decisions, advance understanding, and ultimately improve service delivery. She earned her MS in Medical Informatics from Rochester Institute of Technology and is completing a PhD in Health Services Research and Policy at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry.