Tori Cooper

United States of America

Tori Cooper (she/her)

United States of America


Tori Cooper is a Health & Equity Consultant, CDC subject matter expert, educator, published author and leader in the transgender and HIV communities who recently was honored as one of the most influential LGBTQ Georgians by OUT Georgia. She leads with more than 30 years of experience of HIV service and is founder of her own consulting agency, Advocates for Better Care Atlanta, LLC. She is the Human Rights Campaign’s Director of Community Engagement for the Transgender Justice Initiative. In this role, her focus includes economic empowerment, capacity building programs, public safety and expanding public education campaigns. Ms. Cooper was recently sworn in as Special Government Employee to the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) which provides recommendations to the Biden-Harris Administration. In 2021, Tori was recognized by POZ magazine as one of 100 top Black advocates and The Advocate as one of its Advocates of the Year.

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