Tiffany Hartman-Stroud, Roanoke, VA

Tiffany Hartman-Stroud, Roanoke, VA

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Tiffany Hartman-Stroud, Roanoke, VA

Tiffany Hartman-Stroud has graciously allowed HIV to live with her for over 30 years. Tiffany is a graduate of the Black AIDS Institute in California and holds a Bachelor of Psychology from Old Dominion University with a specialty minor cluster in World Health. Tiffany has a DEF. MPH from ODU where she is studying public health and has concentrated her thesis on her work in HIV/AIDS and mental health. Presently Tiffany is a Mental Health Practitioner at Hall Community Services of Roanoke Virginia for over ten years.

Tiffany has her own peer nonprofit 501c 3 organization that helps people with supportive services for comorbidities and aging aspects of HIV. Tiffany worked under The Minority AIDS Initiative grant in the early years of the pandemic at the Tidewater Community Task force in Norfolk Virginia for over ten years helping those lost to care and new to care to gain access back into quality care. Today she is the CEO of the Empowerment Project for Life (EPFL) and she works with people with HIV/AIDS in the mental health service field. Some of her other accomplishments are other public health initiatives, including the COVID 19 equity grant to get people vaccinated especially those with HIV/AIDS and in special populations.