40 Years of Progress: It’s Time to End the HIV Epidemic Commemorative Dialogue

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40 Years of Progress

Join The White House Office of National AIDS Policy, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and the U.S. Department of State for a conversation with senior federal officials and community leaders building on the 40th anniversary of HIV/AIDS and the United Nations High-Level meeting.

40 Years of Progress: It’s Time to End the HIV Epidemic Commemorative Dialogue
Tuesday, June 15 at 11:30 a.m. ET

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Guest speakers include:

  1. Harold Phillips, Director, The White House Office of National AIDS Policy
  2. Dr. Angeli Achrekar, Acting U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and Special Representative for Global Health Diplomacy, the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)
  3. Loyce Pace, Director, Office of Global Affairs, HHS
  4. Timothy Harrison, Deputy Director for Strategic Initiatives & Senior Policy Advisor, Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy
  5. Dr. Jen Kates, Senior Vice President and Director of Global Health & HIV Policy at Kaiser Family Foundation
  6. Greg Millett, Vice President and Director, Public Policy, amfAR

The event will discuss the need to: recommit to ending the HIV epidemic in the U.S. and around the globe; reenergize a diverse community-led HIV response; and reengage, empower, and strengthen partnerships and the federal government’s commitment to diversity, equity, and broad inclusion to ending HIV domestically and abroad. The dialogue will highlight the June 5th statements by President Joe Biden, the Secretaries of HHSExit Disclaimer and State Department, the United Nations Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS, and include a video message from Secretary Xavier Becerra, HHS.

This event is open to the public. Space is limited, register todayExit Disclaimer. For more information on upcoming activities commemorating the 40th anniversary throughout the month of June, visit the “40 Years of Progress” subsite on HIV.gov.