Larry Lehman – Champion for Hope

Today, we’re celebrating Larry Lehman, the current President/CEO of Positive Impact Health Centers, as one of our 40 for 40 Champions Of Hope.

Over Larry’s 22 years of leadership and service at Positive Impact Health Centers (PIHC), formerly known as AID Gwinnett, PIHC has grown to over 200 staff members and has a $50 million annual budget. PIHC currently has centers located in Duluth, Decatur, and Marietta, and Larry continually looks for ways to expand PIHC’s successful services throughout Georgia and the southeast. Larry has over thirty-five years of experience in HIV nonprofits, program design, community engagement, development and evaluation, advocacy, and fundraising.

Originally from Ohio, Larry moved to Georgia in 1982 and currently lives in the Lawrenceville area with his three beautiful dogs, Heidi, Bruno, and Piper. He enjoys riding his Harley, going to the beach, traveling, cooking, reading, advocacy issues, politics, and spending time with friends and family.

We are very grateful for Larry’s passion, commitment, and dedication in serving our community!

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Larry Lehman 40 for 40