Margaret Bordeaux, is a North Carolina native, is the Justice Involved Overdose Prevention assignee for the CDC Foundation and North Carolina’s Division of Public Health’s Injury and Violence Prevention Branch. Margaret is focused on how health services are offered and delivered to people who use drugs that are cycling in and out of our state’s prisons and jails. Some specific areas of focus include but not limited to: medication-assisted treatment, testing and treatment for diseases like hepatitis C and HIV, harm reduction and overdose prevention trainings, naloxone-upon-release, recovery supports, reentry programs, and policy analysis. In the past, Margaret has worked extensively with marginalized populations, inclusive of  people impacted by the war on drugs, people living with HIV/AIDS, undocumented immigrants and adults with intellectual disabilities.