Mr. Zul Surani is a Coordinator in the Cancer Information Service (CIS)-California Region's Southern California Partnership Program Office, located at USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center. Mr. Surani studied Health Services Administration at USC and has over 10 years of experience in developing cancer prevention and control programs for diverse and medically underserved communities. Through his work at the CIS, he has developed partnerships in cancer education and research in Asian/Pacific Islander, African-American, Hispanic, and American Indian communities, many of which have been profiled in publications and presentations at numerous conferences. Prior to coming to the CIS, Mr. Surani developed and managed UCLA's Mobile Mammography Program and has most recently contributed to the development of UCSF's Digital Mobile Mammography Program. He is also active in the community, serving on the boards and advisory committees of several local, state, and national organizations. In 2001, he was nominated for the Ford Foundation's Community Leadership Award. He is also a recipient of the Susan G. Komen Foundation's Community Hero Award.