I am a native and resident of Georgia and live in Avondale Estates. I am a person in long term recovery related to HIV/AIDS (2005), Substance Use Disorder, and Mental Health (2015). I hold an AS in Healthcare from Georgia State University (GSU) Perimeter College (2018). Currently I am a BSW student in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at GSU. I am a past CAB member and co-chair for Positive Impact Health Center’s HIV Prevention program. I have also volunteered as a companion and support for individuals and families at the end-of-life in hospice care for about six years. I work part-time as a Male Urogenital Teaching Associate (MUTA), guiding nursing and medical students in the sensitive physical exam portion of the Male Wellness Examination. I am often an advocate in many social service and medical settings. I am highly passionate about quality research, which helps inform better clinical practice, treatment options, and positive outcomes. As an ANCHOR CAB member for the Atlanta site, I hope to be “a lamp, or a lifeboat, or a ladder” (Barks-Rumi) to help bridge gaps in health disparities for underserved and historically marginalized populations while increasing trust between individuals and communities and research medical institutions.
El estudio ANCHOR se detuvo debido a la alta tasa de éxito del tratamiento. Tratar lesiones precursoras de cáncer anal reduce el riesgo de cáncer en personas que viven con VIH. Haga clic aquí para ver el comunicado de prensa de UCSF. Comuníquese con su clínica de ANCHOR si tiene cualquier pregunta o duda. Muchas gracias.