Luke Testa coordinates the Harvard Global Health Institute’s medical misinformation programmatic domain, in addition to supporting HGHI’s work at the intersections of climate change, equity, immunization, and social determinants of health. Luke’s interests lie in the development of creative, evidence-based interventions for combatting medical misinformation and promoting health equity. Prior to joining HGHI, Luke held several positions aimed at increasing access to health-promotive resources. Between 2013 and 2017, Luke co-founded and managed the nonprofit Project PLAY NH, which sought to increase youth access to organized sports in Manchester, NH. In 2017 and 2018, he served as the Director of Program for HOBY NH. From 2015-2018, Luke held several positions at the Sununu Youth Services Center (SYSC), where he researched, developed, and managed programs that aimed to lower the youth recidivism rate. Luke has also served in roles at the City of Manchester Office of Youth Services Advisory Board, NH Women’s Foundation, and at the NH Institute of Politics.