Phill Wilson, the longtime president and CEO of the Black AIDS Institute, will retire from the national organization he launched in 1999. Although his retirement is not immediate, the group has embarked on a search for a new leader. The move coincides with other changes at the institute. These include new board members, a redesigned website (, a push to enroll more African Americans in health insurance and the launch of a Black PrEP clinic at the institute’s Los Angeles home to promote the once-daily HIV prevention pill. As the organization’s mantra states: “Our People, Our Problem, Our Solution.”