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Spotlight on Leadership: Andrew Ogata at the National Biomedical HIV Prevention Conference


HHHRC Director of Marketing & Development, Andrew Ogata, recently attended the prestigious National Biomedical HIV Prevention Conference. Andrew’s participation as a member of the National Minority AIDS Coalition’s Asian Constituent Advisory Panel (Asian CAP) highlights HHHRC’s dedication to leadership and advocacy within the field of HIV prevention.

 

At the conference, Andrew facilitated an impactful session titled “For here or to go? The future of Asian leadership in the field of HIV.” This session focused on the critical role of Asian leadership in HIV prevention and care, addressing both current challenges and future opportunities for Asian communities. Andrew was joined by other HIV leaders of Asian descent from across the country, who shared their experiences and insights, enriching the dialogue with diverse perspectives.

 

Andrew’s engagement at this national platform underscores the importance of our collective efforts to elevate voices from diverse backgrounds and to foster leadership that can drive meaningful change in HIV prevention and care. We are incredibly proud of Andrew’s contributions and look forward to the continued impact of his work both locally and nationally.

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