The Prevention Access Campaign is thrilled to welcome U=U Ambassadors, a group of U.S.-based leading advocates, activists and healthcare professionals who have played important roles in building the Undetectable = Untransmittable movement. Undetectable = Untransmittable is a global community led movement to share the revolutionary but still widely unknown fact that a person living with HIV who is on treatment and has an undetectable viral load cannot sexually transmit HIV.
All Ambassadors have received training in the basic U=U science, communications, and advocacy. Working together, Ambassadors and PAC staff educate and build the capacity of providers and communities to integrate the U=U message into sexual health communications, advocacy, and clinical practice.
PAC is proud to welcome a new cohort of U=U Ambassadors, made up of the following advocates:
- Achim Howard (New Orleans, LA)
- Alecia Tramel-McIntyre (Miami, FL)
- Brady Dale Etzkorn-Morris (Nashville, TN)
- Deirdre Sparks (Richmond, VA)
- Hydeia Broadbent (Las Vegas, NV)
- Jacen Zhu (Washington, D.C.)
- Kevin Maloney (Fort Lauderdale, FL)
- Stacy Jennings (Columbia, SC)
- Tez Anderson (San Francisco, CA)
- Tony Enos (Philadelphia, PA)
Additionally, as a part of a research project taking place in the first half of 2021, in partnership with The Henne Group and funded by ViiV Healthcare, these four Ambassadors work full-time to share U=U information across Mississippi.
- Art Jackson
- Brittany Bass
- LS Jones
- Zundra Bateaste-Sutton
These advocates join the original Ambassadors who launched the program in 2019, and will work together with their communities to increase awareness of U=U and bring us closer to ending the HIV epidemic. To learn more about these Ambassadors and for information about how to engage them in your community, please visit PAC’s website.