AID Atlanta Executive Director Nicole Roebuck On Her 20-Year Career in HIV, Allyship To Black Gay Men - The Reckoning

Nicole Roebuck says she has always felt chosen throughout her 20-year career with AID Atlanta, the city’s leading HIV service organization, founded in 1982 in response to the national HIV epidemic. Roebuck, who has served as Executive Director of AID Atlanta since 2015, became only the second Black woman in the agency’s history to ascend to the top leadership position, a role that she says she actually never applied for, continuing a non-traditional but rewarding trajectory from the beginning of her tenure at the agency. (Read Story Here)

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AID Atlanta was honored to have Congresswoman Nikema Williams visit our agency on May 10, 2021. She listened and is actively trying to address community issues like HIV/AIDS. We hope to make some “Good Trouble” with our Representative!

AID Atlanta’s CAB is an advisory committee of clients, patients, and community members whose role is to…