Connie Rose

Connie Rose (they/she/elle) is a nonbinary, pansexual 26-year long-term survivor of HIV who was diagnosed in 1996. They are a mother, to one beautiful human named Samantha, grandmother (MiMi) to the most amazing grandson, Amir William-Conrad (yep, after me and our grandpa), and a variety of non-human family members who Connie is sure to bore … Continued

Davina (Dee) Conner

U.S. Creative Engagements and Outreach Specialist (She/Her) Davina (Dee) Conner has been living with HIV since 1997. She began her advocacy work by way of internet radio, using her platform as an outlet to end the stigma that is associated with HIV. She now streams her show live on Facebook, educating others about the LGBTQ … Continued

Hydeia Broadbent

Over the past 10 years, Hydeia has become a notable speaker and guest panelist at many of America’s most respected educational institutions including but not limited to Duke University, Spelman, UCLA, USC, and Howard University.

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