Officers

Tanner White
President

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Vacant Brian Ledford Kathryn Ruffins
Treasurer Public Relations Chief Programs Officer

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.

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Recent Articles

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