Breanna Jones is the Research Study Coordinator for IREACH’s Practice Based Research Network, NW HERON, as well as a variety of other projects focusing on Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s disease in minority communities. She identifies as Cherokee and Seminole Indian. Breanna graduated from the University of Arkansas with degrees in Psychology and Biology and has years of experience working in various cognitive psychology labs. Her passion for underserved communities is at the forefront of all her research interests, which include Alzheimer’s disease and trauma. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, finding the best wine to go with dishes she cooks, and continuing to learn French.