Keye Garman is the Senior Epidemiologist for the Arizona Advisory Council on Indian Health Care (AACIHC), and previously served as the Epidemiologist for the COVID-19 Health Disparities Grant team. Within the last year he has returned to Arizona after finishing his MPH at The Ohio State University. He was part of a military family and has lived across the country in places from Washington DC to Hawaii, before ultimately choosing the University of Arizona for undergrad. He enjoyed Arizona so much that he prioritized coming back to be a part of public health within the state. Before AACIHC, Keye specialized in public health data analysis, finding trends for COVID-19 programs in Ohio. Alongside public data analysis for the state, he also presented his thesis for the unique relationship between opioid dependence and nicotine dependence using nationally representative data. In his free time, Keye enjoys soaking up the Arizona sun and tending to his outdoor garden. He is also an avid soccer fan and follows Arsenal Football Club as a committed member to the Arizona Gooners here in Phoenix.