Register today for SpeakUp! National Summit for Women Living with HIV

September 17-19, 2014
Fort Walton Beach, FL

The deadline is today, August 1st to register for the Positive Women’s Network- USA Speak Up! Summit. The Well Project is very excited and honored to be part of this amazing event, taking place September 17-19 in Ft. Walton, FL. In addition to sponsoring eight A Girl Like Me bloggers to attend, we will also be holding a Treatment Advocacy 101 workshop at the summit. PWN-USA members and leaders Linda Scruggs, Gina Brown, Maria Mejia, and Vickie Lynn Brinker, along with Krista Martel from The Well Project, will provide participants with a background and basics of treatment advocacy in HIV, as well as resources to support attendees in their endeavors as treatment advocates.

 
Check out this video by A Girl Like Me blogger and PWN member, Maria Mejia, about why you should also attend the summit!
 

 

 

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