Jeffrey Campbell, a native of Texas who hails from the small town of Cuero, is a graduate of Texas State University. Currently working as the HIV Program Manager for the City of Houston’s Health Department, Jeffrey has spent the last 16 years working in the field of HIV prevention while also being heavily involved in LGBTQ advocacy in Houston and around the nation.
In the role as HIV Program Manager, Jeffrey provides administrative leadership to the health department’s HIV testing programs, PrEP project and Data to Care project. In addition, Jeffrey gives leadership to the HIV Program’s HEARTS Project, a staff of gay men of color who work as public health educators, providing services in the City’s Sexual Health Clinics and within gay/bi-sexual men of color communities.
Inspired by his elders, Jeffrey’s greatest joy is when he is providing safe spaces for marginalized people to heal and be empowered.
Nike Blue, MPH is a public health professional who serves as the Chief Program Officer with AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. (AFH) the oldest AIDS service organization in Texas, established in 1982. She has over fourteen years of experience in the non-profit sector including strategic planning, program development, and management, board development, implementation of evidence-based practices and public health strategies, non-profit management, research, evaluation, and coaching. Nike’s leadership and expertise include housing, community planning and mobilization, federal grant oversight, grant writing, public health research, change management, program development, compliance, and oversight. She has been a member of the Houston Community Planning Group since 2007, Texas Community Planning Group since 2006 and a member of UCHAPS (Urban Coalition for HIV/AIDS Prevention Services) since 2012. In each of these roles she has served in various positions of leadership and as a community advocate.