Community Advisory Board

Abosede Olotu is an HIV advocate from Lagos, Nigeria. She was diagnosed with HIV in 2000 and is the proud mother of three beautiful, HIV-negative children.

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Jyoti Dhawale-Surve, 37, was diagnosed with HIV in 2005. Born and raised in India, she currently resides in Mumbai and is married to HIV-negative partner.

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Kate Borloglou has been a blogger with A Girl Like Me since 2009. She resides in Ohio with her husband and son.

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Maria Mejia, 40, is an international HIV social media activist /blogger (including for A Girl Like Me) and was diagnosed with HIV in 1991.

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Michelle Anderson, Ms. Plus America 2011, is the first openly HIV positive woman to ever run for and win a national pageant title.

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Monica Johnson is the founder and Executive Director of H.E.R.O.E.S., a peer-based and peer-driven organization.

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My name is Phiwe and I’m from Johannesburg, South Africa. I was diagnosed with HIV in 2011... One thing for sure is HIV does not define me!

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Vickie Lynn is a 3rd year doctoral student at the University of South Florida (USF), College of Public Health (COPH), Community and Family Health (CFH), with a focus in Behavioral Health. Her research interests including examining Behavioral Health Integration into primary care for people living with HIV as well as other issues affecting access to care and treatment.

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