Auntjuan Wiley
Elder Auntjuan “Mr. Community” Wiley, a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a bachelor’s degree in Social Work and a minor in Psychology and a graduate of Walden University with a master’s degree in Public Health. Native of Dallas, Texas, Auntjuan has been a part of changing the landscape of lives impacted by HIV/AIDS, STI’s and other health disparities for 34 years and HIV has been living with him for 29 years and since that time he has made it his responsibility and mission to be that voice for those living with and affected. He has done that in many different spaces locally, nationally, and internationally through education, prevention, advocacy, training, and outreach. In communities, here and abroad, he is best known; not only for his uniqueness, but for his passion and commitment to making a difference in the lives of others. Auntjuan is President and CEO of AIDS Walk South Dallas, Inc., an organization he founded in 2009 whose mission is to empower persons living with and affected by HIV/AIDS through prevention, advocacy, education, peer support, linkage to care and emergency financial assistance which includes an annual 5k walk he has successfully produced and chaired for the last 11 years. Auntjuan is also the President and CEO of C.U.R.E. Community, Unity, Respect, Education. C.U.R.E. is a not-for-profit organization resolved to combat the continuing risks and stigma associated with HIV/AIDS. Auntjuan serves as an International Board Member of Hope Capetown USA and member of the Baylor Scott and White Health and Wellness Center Advisory Board. Auntjuan serves as the Vice-Chair of the Ryan White Planning Council of the Dallas Area, Chair of the Needs Assessment Committee and Vice-Chair of Allocations Committee. His philosophy is the work is not over “UNTIL THERE’S A CURE”.

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