Tanner White Jonathan Walker Brian Ledford


Vice President


Public Relations



What We Do

End Stigma Educate Support
 The largest priority of A Positive Tomorrow is to end HIV and AIDS related stigma. Until the stench of stigma is completely gone, our mission will never be complete.  One of the best ways to end HIV and AIDS related stigma is through education. A Positive Tomorrow will strive to provide education to the public in every way we can.  While our main goal is to end HIV and AIDS related stigma, A Positive Tomorrow still sees the need to provide support on an emotional level to those affected by HIV and AIDS.


Recent Articles

  • General Story PictureGrowing up, my family was the kind of family that was super religious. Since I was young, my parents would teach me that being gay was wrong, gross, and a flat out sin. So of course, growing up, ...
  • General Story PictureI am LIVING with HIV and I am thriving. I was diagnosed with HIV after my ex-fiance cheated on me a few months before we were to be married. I could have very well lived in denial ...
  • Stigma and BullyingGrowing up, I was always the loner kid in school. I wasn’t popular. I was the kid that stuck to myself, with my head always in a book. I also wasn’t exactly what most people would consider ...
  • New Director - JonA Positive Tomorrow is proud to introduce, and welcome back onto our team, our new Financial Director, Jonathan Walker! Jonathan was born and raised in the wonderful Chicago suburbs in 1985. After graduating high school, he attended university ...
  • Blogers wantedDo you have the desire to help those living with and affected by HIV/AIDS?  Would you like to be part of a growing team that covers the latest HIV/AIDS news and personal stories?  Would you like to ...