HIV.gov is holding an important event, and your registration and participation are highly encouraged. On Tuesday, May 10, from 2:00–2:30 (ET), HIV.gov will host a 30-minute Live with Leadership conversation about the impact of HIV on women and girls.
During the session, federal leaders and members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) will discuss the ongoing work to address HIV among women and girls, including Black and African American and American Indian and Alaska Native populations. Panelists will also acknowledge May as Mental Health Awareness Month and discuss the need to address mental health alongside HIV prevention and care.
The Live with Leadership conversation will be moderated by Kaye Hayes, Acting Director, HHS, OIDP, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, and Executive Director of PACHA. Additionally, the conversation will feature panelists and PACHA members:
- Tori Cooper, Director of Community Engagement, Transgender Justice Initiative, Human Rights Campaign.
- Laura Platero, JD, Executive Director, Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board.
- Kayla Quimbley, National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Ambassador, Advocates for Youth.
You may register here to participate.
The Live with Leadership series provides opportunities to hear directly from key HHS and HIV community leaders about new and ongoing work to further the goals of Ending the HIV Epidemic and the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. In 2021, topics included People, Place, Policy, & Science Matter, the 40th Anniversary of HIV, and NIH-funded research.