This year, the National AIDS Memorial delivered its annual World AIDS Day National Observance through this virtual forum with timely and powerful discussions focused on health and social justice, particularly among communities of color.
CLICK HERE to see our complete program of speakers, moderators and special guests, which include::
Elected Leaders/Goverment Officials: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi ~ Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director, NIAID ~ Admiral Rachel L. Levine, M.D. Assistant Secretary of Health, US Health and Human Services ~ Harold Phillips, Director, White House Office of National AIDS Policy ~ U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock ~ U.S. Representative Barbara Lee
Cultural, Faith & Arts & Community Leaders: Kevin Kahakula’akea John Fong ~ O.C. Allen, Executive Director, Vision Community Foundation ~ Daniel O’Day, Chairman & CEO, Gilead Sciences ~ Anthea Hartig, Elizabeth MacMillan Director of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History ~ John Cunningham, CEO, National AIDS Memorial ~ Members of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus ~ Suzanne Brennan Firstenburg, Creator of In America: Remember ~ Anthoula Katsimatides, Founding Member, 9-11 Memorial and Museum ~ Shonda Jones, PI & Founder, The Gilead COMPASS Initiative Faith Coordinating Center, Wake Forest University ~ Shanell McGoy, Director, Social Responsibility, Gilead Sciences ~ Bobby Wiseman, Hemophilia Survivor ~ San Francisco Chronicle Arts & Culture Columnist ~ Michelle Meow, Host of the Commonwealth Club “Michelle Meow Show
Health Services, Medical, Academic & Science Leaders: Robert Wachter, MD, Chair of the Department of Medicine, UCSF Gandhi, M.D., Professor of Medicine and Vice Chair, HIV Division, UCSF ~ Paul Kawata, Exec. Dir., National Minority AIDS Council ~ Toni Newman, Interim CEO, Black AIDS Institute ~ Leonard Valentino, M.D., President & CEO, National Hemophilia Foundation ~ Sara L. Schwartz, Clinical Associate Professor, Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work, USC
Young Leaders and Scholars: Pedro Zamora Scholars Gray Gautereaux, James Hwang, Craig McFarland, Abdon Orrostieta & Laura Potter
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