About the Organization – Mission, Vision, and Scope

Founded in May of 1999, the Black AIDS Institute is the only national HIV/AIDS think tank in the U.S. focused exclusively on Black people. The Institute’s mission is to end the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Black communities by engaging and mobilizing leaders, institutions and individuals in efforts to confront HIV/AIDS on a local, state, regional, and national level. The Institute interprets public and private sector HIV/AIDS policies, conducts trainings, offers technical assistance, disseminates information, provides free testing for HIV and other STIs, offers linkage to both preventive and clinical care, and provides advocacy and mobilization from a uniquely and unapologetically Black point of view. Our motto describes a commitment to self-preservation: “Our People, Our Problem, Our Solution.”

About the Position

The new leader of the Black AIDS Institute will join an organization whose mission is critical, whose work is life-changing, and whose platform is unique. The opportunity to lead this vital national organization to new levels of growth and effectiveness in partnership with local and national public health and social justice organizations will be a primary motivator for the successful candidate. There is significant potential for growth in many areas of the organization, especially in the area of the provision of clinical care; the CEO will work with a committed team of staff, Board, and community members to advance civil and human rights through program development, policy development, training, direct service, and public communications. She/He/They will have a direct, personal, and tangible impact on one of the most critical public health issue of our times and on the lives of people the Institute serves.

Black AIDS Institute is partnering with Morten Group, LLC to conduct this search. The recruitment process will remain open until the position has been filled.

Click here to view the full position description, essential qualifications, and application instructions.

Teresa Rende Johnson

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