Robin Montgomery

Robin (she/her) has 25+ years’ experience working on HIV, TB and global health equity in Canadian and international settings, including sub-Saharan Africa and Eastern Europe and Central Asia (EECA). Her work is grounded in meaningful civil society and community engagement, policy and advocacy with a focus on issues of health equity, Undetectable = Untransmittable (U=U), … Continued

Mandisa Dukashe

Mandisa Dukashe (she/her) South Africa   Mandisa Dukashe obtained B-Cur degree (with honours), Advanced Clinical Management of HIV, Masters in Public Health and is a PHD candidate. She is a South African woman living openly with HIV for more than 20 years and has more than 16 years’ experience managing provincial and national HIV projects … Continued

Jacquelyne Alesi

(she/her) Jacquelyne Alesi, the Director U=U Global Community Leadership at Prevention Access Campaign is self-driven, accomplished, and has been living openly with HIV since 2003. Jacquelyne has been a committed leader in HIV advocacy, HIV-SRHR integration, mental health, and menstrual health – particularly with the most vulnerable communities, including people with disabilities, and young women … Continued

The information provided on Prevention Access Campaign is intended to support rather than replace consultation with a healthcare professional. Always consult a healthcare professional for medical advice, diagnosis, and treatment about your particular situation.

Prevention Access Campaign is fiscally sponsored by Social & Environmental Entrepreneurs, a 501 (c) 3 public charity, and formerly by Housing Works.

Copyright © 2024 | Prevention Access Campaign | 174 West 4th Street, #236, New York, NY 10014 |