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Alecia Tramel-McIntyre

Miami / FL - Ambassador
"There is Life after Diagnosis, Live It."

Alecia Tramel-McIntyre is passionate and is committed to her advocacy and helping to educate, promote awareness, prevention and a better quality of life for people living with HIV.

Alecia was diagnosed in 2000 in Miami, Fl. A proud mother of 3 wonderful children. Her last child was born after diagnosis in 2002 and is not positive. Alecia has spoken for organizations, public schools, community health events, conferences, and churches. She has sat on several boards and has made an array of media appearances. Alecia is the founder of Positive People Network, Inc, a non- profit organization whose mission is

 -To change the quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS.
-To empower, strengthen and uplift All People Living with HIV/AIDS.

Alecia has a social media presence where she posts helpful updated information about HIV/AIDS.  Pozitively Alecia Miami has social media presence where she posts helpful updated information about HIV/AIDS. Alecia is the Florida State Lead for Positive Women’s Network, a member of BTAN, The Southern Aids Coalition, Florida Community Health Worker Coalition, Florida HIV Justice Coalition, previous Member of Miami-Dade HIV/AIDS Partnership,  present member of The Community Coalition of The Partnership, Blogger for A Girl Like Me: The Well Project, Member of The Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, Florida HIV/Aids Advocacy Network, Inductee in Leading Women”s Society,  A member of The MillionHeiress  Club LLC, The Ambassador of Health for Catalyst Miami 2011 – 2019, and  A Board Member of Women’s March Miami. Alecia is motivated to do all that she can to help eradicate stigma and she has helped on the ground floor to help re-citizens receive their voting rights restored through Amendment 4. Being the Field Organizer for Color of Change during the 2018 elections in Florida. Also as a member of the Florida Organizing for Power team to get the Positive Vote with PWN, USA. And last but not least, A 20201 U=U Ambassador for Prevention Access.  Proudly empowering and educating the community on the facts and science of Undetectable =Untransmittable and loving it.

“There is Life after Diagnosis, Live It.”

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