Anne Marie Mauricio is an associate research professor and family intervention scientist at the Prevention Science Institute. She has more than 15 years of experience working with communities to develop, implement, and evaluate culturally competent evidence-based interventions. Her research and practice interests focus on the translation of evidence-based interventions for sustainable delivery in real-world settings. Her research has focused on examining how implementation processes function collectively to influence each other and outcomes and on understanding contextual factors that influence heterogeneity in intervention responsiveness and how this heterogeneity links to intervention outcomes. She is also a licensed psychologist with extensive experience working with families and children in community settings, and she has trained and supervised 100s of clinicians in family-centered, evidence-based interventions in the US and internationally.