Reginald Stevenson, was born and raised in Jackson, MS. After completing high school, he entered college at Jackson State University. In September 2010, he was asked to join the My Brother’s Keeper, Inc staff. Mr. Stevenson is a Trainer/Facilitator at My Brother’s Keeper, Inc. He is also the Transportation Coordinator for Open Arms Healthcare Center, the first full-functioning clinic specializing in the overall health of the LGBT community, in state of Mississippi. Mr. Stevenson, is responsible for conducting community level interventions, recruiting for interventions, community outreach, and making sure that transportation to/from interventions, clinic appointments, and out house services are not issues. In addition to his work with MBK, Mr. Stevenson is involved in his community through many other organizations. Mr. Stevenson serves as the Vice-President of Delta Delta Xi Fraternity, Inc. It allows MSM to be active in providing services of support and community building in our community. Another organization is, the MADDRAMA Performance Troupe. Through dance, Mr. Stevenson is able to heighten the awareness of theatre as a cultural art form in the community and reflect the African American experience. Recently, Mr. Stevenson was accepted into the African American HIV University program at UCLA. This year long fellowship, focuses on the Science and Treatment, Community Mobilization, Advanced Science and Presentation Skills, Intervention, Prevention, Counseling, and Testing as they relate to HIV.