Naina Khanna

Naina Khanna is executive director for Positive Women's Network-USA, a national organization that prepares and supports women living with HIV to be involved in all levels of policy and decision-making by: eliminating stigma, building leadership, mobilizing advocates, and changing policy. Ms. Khanna currently serves on the Steering Committee for the 30 for 30 Campaign, as well as the U.S. People Living with HIV Caucus, on the board of directors for AIDS United, and served on President Obama’s Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS from February 2010 to July 2014. Prior to working in HIV, Ms. Khanna co-founded and served as national field director for the League of Pissed Off Voters, a progressive electoral organizing project focused on increasing political participation by young people of color.

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