What is a community champion?

A community champion is a non-medical personnel who works or volunteers in the HIV community and who stands out in their work. A community champion must be nominated by a coworker and may win by receiving the most votes! See the FAQ page for eligibility criteria. Click the buttons below, or scroll down this page to nominate someone, and scroll further down, to vote!

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Nominate next month’s community champion by filling out the following form. Please click 'Process' below or consult the FAQ page for more information on the process.

  • First, scroll down to the bottom of this page to verify that the person you wish to nominate is not already listed as a nominee. Then, visit the FAQ to verify their eligibility to the contest.
  • You must enter your (the nominator) and your colleague's (the nominee) contact information into the form. You will receive an automated email from us to validate your identity and confirm you are not a robot!
  • The colleague you have nominated (the nominee) will then receive an automated email to confirm they consent to their nomination.
  • Once approved, your nominee will now be visible on our site and can start collecting votes.
  • You may vote up to once per nomination cycle. Make sure to share the voting link on your social media so your nominee can win!
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Vote for next month’s champion below:

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Lamar McMullen
"Born and raised in Miami, I was able to learn all that I can learn from my OWN EXPERIENCE", says Lamar Lamar McMullen a 35 yr. old Bahamian American born in the late 80s, that works at Empower U Community Health Center and has been there for 5 years as of November 1. I am the Mpowerment Coordina...
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Quinn Hamilton
I have been working in this field for 22 years this year. Quinn and I met working for 2 different ASOS 19 YEARS AGO. She has been passionate about the work she does since I met her. Since our first days of meeting, Quinn is now the Director of Client Services at AID Upstate. Although she has mov...
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Abraham Johnson
Abraham receives my wholehearted recommendation to be the next Community Champion because of his endless dedication to centering community voices and needs in biomedical research, and making sure that organizations understand the important of equity. Since 2013, on the campus of Savannah State, A...
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Marco Mays
Marco Mays is a consultant, advocate, humanitarian, speaker, creative director, model, and author. He is the Director of Programs for Central Alabama Alliance Resource & Advocacy Center in Montgomery, AL. ​ He is a Brand Ambassador for Until There’s A Cure, a non-profit organization focused on en...
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Raul Hernandez
He is an awesome person that works in the community very hard. Always willing to go over and beyond.
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Erakal Goodman
She’s very dedicated to the underserved and gives all of herself to the community via healthcare and grant writing to help those that are less fortunate.