Tiommi Jenae Luckett

Communications Coordinator

Tiommi Jenae (formerly Tommy) Luckett is a transgender woman of color living with HIV since September 2012. Luckett began advocating in February 2014 by speaking at the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS. Luckett went on to AIDS Watch 2014 where she spoke with her members of Congress about HIV/AIDS and the fundamental need to keep resources available. Luckett is on The Well Project's Community Advisory Board, a member of the Positive Women's Network-USA, a National Advisory Board Member of Positively Trans, a Steering Committee Member of the US PLHIV Caucus, board member of the Arkansas Transgender Equality Coalition (ArTEC), and a quality health advisor to the Arkansas Department of Health.

Check out The Well Project's Spotlight on Tiommi.

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