National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Webinar
March 10, 2015
It is named Pandora's Café on Women's Leadership in honor of Pandora Singleton, for her inspiration and legacy. Pandora was a friend, sister, champion and former NMAC board member. Singleton, a native of Haiti, founded Project Azuka - a Nigerian word meaning "support is paramount" - in 1993, when her job with the county health department showed her just how many black women were being diagnosed with HIV and AIDS. "There were just too many women that were HIV-positive and really no other available gender-specific services to talk about" she said.
The first café featuring three women leaders will be held on Tuesday, March 24, at 1 PM EST. For more information and to register, click here.