Kate Starr

Community Advisory Board

Kate has been a blogger with A Girl Like Me since 2009. She resides in Ohio with her son. After being diagnosed during her pregnancy, Kate sought education and guidance through The Well Project. Now she hopes to provide insight and support through HIV advocacy. Kate is a member of the Community Advisory Board for the Ohio State University AIDS Clinical Trial Unit and was recently selected as a member of the Community Scientific Subcommittee with the AIDS Clinical Trials Group. She recently joined the Women's HIV Research Collaborative and is also a board member for Rise Up to HIV.

Check out The Well Project's Spotlight on Kate.

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