Working as a receptionist at one of the world’s largest HIV organizations has let this activist walk her talk.
This amazing organizer and activist might be making her biggest dent with old fashioned tea parties — with a modern twist.
The Hollywood legend founded AIDS organizations, inspired generations of people with HIV, and left behind a family tree of people who continue to work on our causes.
Poz since the 1980s, Lisa Tiger has used education and storytelling to show what it's like to be a Native American living with HIV today — and to push others to include Native traditions in the testing to treatment care continuum.
This Latina activist has given lesbians with HIV a voice and given a face to women affected by the epidemic, a rarity in the media and beyond.
Cofounder of the artists’ collective #GenAIDS, this artist utilize art to connect with the younger generation and popular culture, pushing for an artistic revival in which the reflection of HIV and AIDS is not about fear and death but rather celebration of life.
The national training and leadership director for the Positive Women’s Network-USA has had an impact on numerous organizations.
This grassroots activist has become an expert in the intersection of HIV and homelessness.
Seeing Mary Bowman on stage is a life changer for many young people with HIV.