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Latrice C. Pichon, PhD, MPH, CHES, is an Associate Professor in the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Memphis School of Public Health. Her research focuses on exploring the role of the faith-based community in addressing HIV awareness and prevention, partnering with community-based organizations to understand HIV outreach, care, and utilization needs among vulnerable populations, and using the application of CBPR approaches. Formative research is a critical component of her CBPR work as it sets the foundation for her research inquiries and trusting relationships with communities who are intended to benefit from her work.

Eddie Wiley serves as the Co-Chair for the HIV Care and Prevention Planning Group for Shelby County. He is a proud Tiger at the University of Memphis where he is pursuing his Master of Public Health. Recently honored by the Memphis Flyer as one of Memphis’ Top 20 under 30, Mr. Wiley has long been recognized for his continued work in the field of HIV/AIDS. A self-professed “journacate”, Mr. Wiley fuses his passion for advocacy with journalism as a contributing writer for The Unleashed Voice Magazine and an On-Air Personality for The Unleashed Voice Radio Show on KWAM 990.