Join the Live with Leadership Conversations: Oct. 19 & 20 – Ending the HIV Epidemic
On October 19th and 20th, Harold Phillips with the HHS Office of Infectious Disease and HIV/AIDS Policy (OIDP) will facilitate Live with LeadershipExit Disclaimer events with key HHS and community leaders about current and planned activities to further the Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America (EHE) initiative. These events are happening during the U.S. Conference on HIV/AIDSExit Disclaimer (USCHA) and are open to everyone.
Please use this linkExit Disclaimer for all three sessions. (If prompted, please use the password 703243.)
Live with Leadership Schedule
- Date/Time: Monday, October 19th (11:15–11:35 a.m. ET)
Guest: Kaye Hayes, OIDP Director, and Executive Director, Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS
Topic: Importance of USCHA to EHE
- Date/Time: Tuesday, October 20th (2:00–2:20 p.m. ET)
Guest: Leisha McKinley-Beach, Community Advocate and Public Health Consultant
Topic: Updates from the Community on EHE
- Date/Time: Tuesday, October 20th (6:00–6:20 p.m. ET)
Guest: Paul Kawata, Executive Director, NMACExit Disclaimer, and Ace Robinson, Director of Strategic Partnerships, NMAC
Topic: NMAC Update from USCHA
Each of the 20-minute sessionsExit Disclaimer will feature a conversation between community or senior federal HIV leaders and Harold Phillips, Chief Operating Officer for EHE, and Senior HIV Advisor for OIDP.
You can submit questions before each event to EndHIVEpidemic@hhs.gov. During each session, the Q&A box will be the place to submit additional questions.
No advance registration required—all are welcome and there is no cost to participate!
We also encourage registered conference attendees to visit our virtual booth to learn more about OIDP at USCHA and updates on EHE.
These events are part of the new Live with Leadership conversation series that OIDP launched this summer. Click here to view the sessions held during AIDS 2020 and the National 2020 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care and Treatment.
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