Pedro Eitz Ferrer

(He/His) Pedro is a business strategist with a strong passion for doing good by doing well. His passion for improving outcomes for people living with HIV has been demonstrated through his work with pharmaceutical companies, health departments, and community partnerships, including low cost adaptable creative to deliver the U=U message through positive series in partnership … Continued

Dina Cannistraci

(she/her) Dina Cannistraci is a nonprofit executive and activist committed to social justice who is passionate about positively impacting health outcomes in marginalized communities.  Dina has diverse experience in non-profit, government, education, and legal settings.   Dina practiced law for over a decade, and considers her service as the Assistant Deputy Attorney General of Public … Continued

Lillibeth Gonzalez

Lillibeth Gonzalez (she/her) is a 65-year-young Latinx mother raised in the Lower East Side. She was diagnosed with AIDS 30 years ago. She endured the loss of her 3 siblings due to AIDS related complications. Her diagnosis was a surprise to her, she never imagined her husband would purposely not disclose his status, He said … Continued

Thamicha Isaac

Award-Winning philanthropist Founder and CEO of Miizmisha’s World Empowerment LLC; Thamicha Isaac (she/her), Entrepreneur & Motivational Speaker, is an openly positive HIV Influencer of a global empowerment movement, gaining recognition for her activism. Thamicha is dedicated and on a mission to change lives and empower others to fight for themselves. An HIV diagnosis should not … Continued

Roscoe Boyd

Roscoe has also developed a speaking platform broadly focused on health among LGBTQ people, and on sharing his lived experience as a queer/gay man of color who is living his best life with HIV.

Luis Mares, LMSW

Luis A. Mares, LMSW is the Director of Community Mobilization programs at the Latino Commission on AIDS, working in the planning, developing, and implementing of the National Awareness campaigns: National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD) and National Hispanic Hepatitis Awareness Day (NHHAD), with which the Commission coordinates efforts nationwide with partners in every state and US territory to provide education, outreach, training, and create awareness in the Latino community in the HIV and Hepatitis area.