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World AIDS Day 2023

World AIDS Day is an opportunity to reflect on the progress that has been achieved so far in fighting the HIV epidemic, as well as how far we have come in terms of support - medical, and social - for people living with HIV. Join us for this panel exploring the work that remains to be done to fight stigma and discrimination, as well as understanding why celebrating World AIDS Day is important as part of reaching the goal of eradicating the transmission of HIV by 2030. 

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This panel is supported by HCA HealthcareOmnicom Media Group, and Reckitt.

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  • Phil Samba
    Phil Samba
    Strategic lead for PrEP4QueerMenOfColour
  • Sue Hunter
    Sue Hunter
    Positive Voices corrdinator
    Terrence Higgins Trust
    Diagnosed with HIV in 2006 after being infected by my ex-partner, my journey started Not knowing too much about HIV at the time I wanted to and understand what this virus was and what my life expectancy would be. After self-educating myself I realized HIV was a liveable condition.. I closed the door on a 25 year career in retail management and started to volunteer for the Terrence Higgins Trust. For the last 10 years I have been volunteering and working on the Positive Voice Project. We go into education workplace and the health create awareness and understanding about HIV by talking about lived experiences. Working with the Terrence Higgins Trust press team I am able to do lots of media pieces in newspapers. I have also told my story in women’s magazines such as Best. And take a Break. I am proud to be part of the only Radio show dedicated to HIV in the UK The HIV hr on Radio reverb based in Brighton. Giving a voice to others living with HIV where many have not even disclosed their own status. Because my own experiences of HIV related stigma I want to make sure future generations don’t go through .this. As a mother myself I know only too well the self-stigma and shame my daughter went through at school I have dedicated my live to breaking down stigma and discrimination in all communities. Trying to change hearts and minds when it comes to HIV because at the end of the day HIV can happen to anyone.
  • Adam Cartledge
    Adam Cartledge
    Director of Global Sales Enablement
    RX Global
    spent all my career doing what I love; helping customers, teams and leaders to succeed
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    George Grammer-Taylor
    George Grammer-Taylor
    Trainee Solicitor
    Clyde & Co
  • Harriet Lunney
    Harriet Lunney
    DEI Lead - UK
  • Kurt Macher
    Kurt Macher
    General Manager at Shangri-La At The Shard | Innovation & Luxury Customer Experience Lead - MEIA
    Shangri La The Shard
  • Marc Oldland
    Marc Oldland
    AMP PMQ pending and APMP qualified Project Manager/PMO and Pride Board Member at the BBC, specialist in Strategy, Design and Transformation projects and programmes. Experienced professional with extensive expertise in project management, business support, strategy, process improvement, and transformation. An initiative-taking and driven self-starter and collaborator with excellent interpersonal and stakeholder skills focused on delivering high-quality results for clients. Passionate about Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (D, E&I) and ESG/Sustainability, going over and beyond to support inclusivity in the workplace.
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    Bryn Jones
    Bryn Jones
    Global medical lead
    ViiV Healthcare
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