Wednesday, June 13th
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
End AIDS: The HIV Prevention and Outreach Summit provides the latest information about research, evidence-based HIV prevention, outreach strategies, and best practices in targeting and connecting to care the most at-risk groups in Philadelphia.
The audience for this summit includes: people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA); people caring for PLWHA; those working in the HIV field, such as case managers, social workers, health care providers, prevention workers, street outreach workers, city employees, researches, and sexual health educators; those working in allied fields; and, anyone interested in learning more about HIV/AIDS in the Greater Philadelphia region and throughout the US.
Jesse Milan is the president & CEO of AIDS United, a national organization focused on HIV policy and grant-making. He has lived with HIV for 35 years. He chaired federal advisory committees for the CDC and HRSA, served appointments by U.S. Secretaries of Health and Human Services and the Global AIDS Ambassador, and served as chairman of five nonprofit boards of directors including the ActionAIDS (now ActionWellness) and the Philadelphia AIDS Consortium. In his 17 years in Philadelphia, he served as the director of AIDS Activities Coordinating Office, the first chair of the Ryan White Planning Council and the co-chair of the Mayor’s Commission on Sexual Minorities, among other positions.
Pennsylvania Convention Center
13th and Arch Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19103