Marshun Redmond

Marshun Redmond

Marshun Redmond (He/Him/She/Her)is a Community Outreach Specialist at Whitman Walker located in Washington, DC. He is a Memphis native, currently pursuing his Bachelor of Science at the University of Memphis with a minor in Social Work. With over 6 years of experience working in public health, and community engagement, his passion to continue the fight […]

Amanda Rodriguez Morales

Amanda Rodriguez Morales

Ms. Amanda J. Rodriguez (she/her) has become a prominent and noteworthy innovation leader within the healthcare sector. She is the Chief Data & Analytics Officer for Migrant Health Center, Western Region, Inc., a regional 501©3 non-profit center in Puerto Rico. The agency has served low income, hard-to-reach, marginalized communities for the past 50 years, out […]

Abraham Johnson

Abraham Johnson

Abraham Johnson (He/Him) is a public health educator and HIV/AIDS advocate whose experience in the community health arena spans 10 years. He earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from Savannah State University and a Master’s of Public Health from Georgia Southern University. Abraham currently works at Treatment Action Group as the HIV Community Engagement […]

Benjamin Di’Costa

Benjamin Di’Costa

Benjamin Di’Costa (Open/Any/All) is one of the original NMAC Youth Initiative Alumni joining the program in 2014 with a flair for technology and innovation. They are a globally renowned expert in innovative program development, & capacity-building assistance utilizing social media, mobile apps, storytelling through personal narratives and campaigns. After leaving direct client work Benjamin continues […]

Jovana Calvillo

Jovana Calvillo

Jovana Calvillo (she/they) is a Master of Social Work, clinical student at Boston College who graduated from Williams College with a B.A. in Biology and Public Health. Jovana is working towards becoming a therapist who supports and advocates for queer BIPOC and people living with HIV at an individual and community-level. She is an intern […]

Farah Jeune, Lead Champion

Farah Jeune, Lead Champion

Farah Jeune (She/Her) is a multimedia Ar8st from Boston, MA. She uses her creativity to help her peers, elders and ancestors feel empowered, represented and loved in colorful 2D mediums. As an art activist, she creates artwork to bring awareness to taboo issues impacting communities of color such as HIV and Mental Health. You can […]

Maria Fernanda Zorrilla

Maria Fernanda Zorrilla

Maria Fernanda Zorrilla works as the WICY Linkage to Care Continuum Specialist at the Westbrook Clinic/ Valley AIDS Council in McAllen, TX. Living in a border town, she was raised in Mexico and the United States. She ascended The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, where she majored in Rehabilitation Services and minored in Medical […]

Liam Warner-Shiffett

Liam Warner-Shiffett

Liam Warner-Shiffett (he/him/his) is a current undergraduate premedical student at Northwestern University where he is majoring in Social Policy and Biology and minoring in Data Science. At Northwestern, Liam is a research aide in Feinberg School of Medicine’s departments of Medical Social Sciences and Pediatrics. His research contributions have been featured in Pediatrics, the official […]

Kedron Pryor

Kedron Pryor

Kedron Pryor joins us as a Program Associate. He is a recent graduate from The LeMoyne-Owen College in Memphis, TN. At LeMoyne-Owen, he majored in Criminal Justice. During his time at LeMoyne-Owen he became involved in many organizations such as student leader, and became a member of the first Black Greek Organization of Alpha Phi […]

Jordan Patrick

Jordan Patrick

Jordan Patrick is an undergraduate senior at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida. He is pursuing a double major in Biochemistry with Nutrition as well as Global Health Studies and a double minor in Chemistry and Psychology. Throughout his time at the University of Miami, he established the university’s first Black pre-health organization, […]