Vickie Lynn is a 3rd year doctoral student at the University of South Florida (USF), College of Public Health (COPH), Community and Family (CFH), with a focus in Behavioral Health. She is also a scholar in the Translational Institute for Adolescent Behavioral Health and a 2013 Graduate Student Success Fellowship recipient. She earned both her Master in Social Work (MSW) and Master in Public Health (MPH) with a concentration in Behavioral Health at USF. She currently serves as a member of the AIDS Insurance Continuation Program (AICP) Statewide Technical Advisory Committee for Florida. She is also a member of American Public Health Association (APHA) HIV policy work group a PWN member, and a blogger for A Girl Like Me. Vickie has contributed to numerous online blogs, educational workshops, and has worked on issues related to HIV/AIDS prevention, human rights, stigma, women's rights, and access to health care. A long-term survivor living with HIV since 1985, Vickie Lynn has spent the past few decades being an advocate and activist for HIV/AIDS, and women's issues.

Why Vickie wants to be a part of A Girl Like Me: I believe it is important that women around the world find a voice, find others who they can identify with, and find hope. I am not alone and neither are you! 

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