HIV & Faith Ambassadors

About the Black Faith & HIV Initiative

This program is a collaborative endeavor of faith leaders/communities and Black health providers to reduce stigma, disseminate HIV education, and link vulnerable populations to care. The primary goal of this program is to assist in developing impactful health ministries in Black faith communities, and to improve the quality of care for persons living with and vulnerable to HIV and their families. We believe the best way to improve the health of congregations is by mobilizing individuals in faith communities to meet the needs of their faith families. The program is currently administered by the Faith Coordinating Center’s Black Faith and HIV Initiative in partnership with Old North State Medical Society.

Meet Our 2023 Ambassadors

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Anderson, Jeryl
Anderson, Veryl, Rev.
Barber, William, Bishop.
Bradshaw Easter, Lakisha, Rev.
Covington, Rosa
Fairley, Marcus, Rev.
Grant, Herbert, Rev.
Green, Cynthia

Green, Frances
Hayes, Roger, Bishop Elect
Joyner, Richard, Rev.
Kilpatrick, George
Mack, Walter, Bishop Sir
McDougald, Helen
Mitchell, Darrin, Rev. Dr.
Mitchell, Pamela, Rev.

Moore, Kenneth, Rev.
Murchinson, LaToya
No Bushi, Heiwa, Rev.
Redd, Patrice, Rev.
Ross, Esther
Shackleford, Brian, Dr.
Shawn Miller, Wyleia, Dr.
Vick, Angela

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