Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention
Emilio J. German, M.S.H.S.A.
Public Health Analyst-Coordinator for Hispanic or Latino Health Equity Activities
Emilio J. German, M.S.H.S.A., is a Public Health Analyst-Coordinator for Hispanic or Latino Health Equity Activities, Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP), National Center for HIV, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia.
In his role, Emilio assists the Associate Director for Health Equity in guiding the Division’s efforts to document HIV and AIDS inequities, monitoring the Division’s performance on goals related to HIV and AIDS inequities, developing partnerships with other federal and nongovernmental organizations focused on addressing HIV and AIDS issues related to health inequities, and ensuring that the health equity related activities of the Division are optimally addressing the Division’s strategic plan.
Emilio began his career in the field of HIV prevention in 2000, where he served as Director of Program Operations for the Hispanic AIDS Forum, Inc., a Hispanic or Latino-run AIDS Services Organization established in New York City. In 2005, he also served as Assistant Director of Special Projects for Comunilife, Inc. in New York City.
Emilio is a native of the Dominican Republic and speaks fluent Spanish.
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