7.8.22 The Cure Chronicles 600 x 800 - AGT

The Cure Chronicles video series features engaging conversations with people living with HIV, advocates, medical experts, policymakers, and others striving toward the common goal of ending HIV.

Episode Thirteen: Emma Cole. Emma is an HIV activist and a TEDx speaker who hosts annual "Positive Voice" talks for high school students to educate them about HIV. She uses her experience and vast knowledge to challenge HIV stigma.

Episode Twelve: Matt Webster. Matt is a UK-based HIV advocate and vlogger. He is passionate about spreading awareness and educating people on HIV prevention and testing. Matt shares his story on social media to raise awareness and combat miseducation, stereotypes, and stigma around HIV.

Episode Ten: Joseff McKenneth. Joseff is an independent music artist, Amazon best-selling author, online content creator, inspirational speaker, and self-healing advocate who gives hope to others living with HIV.

Episode Eleven: Janeli Alejandra. Janeli is an HIV advocate, TikToker, and a mother of three who was diagnosed with HIV in 2010. Janeli shares her experience to build awareness and give people living with HIV hope.

Episode Nine: Louie Ortiz-Fonseca. Louie Ortiz-Fonseca is a highly acclaimed HIV/LGBTQ+ advocate and an accomplished artist. He shares the inspiration behind his YouTube channel and the importance of educating youth about HIV.

Episode Eight: Orbit Clanton. Orbit Clanton is an HIV/AIDS activist, advocate, and public speaker. He shares his experience as an individual living with HIV for 40 years. 

Episode Six: Raif Derrazi. Raif is an HIV/AIDS activist and natural physique bodybuilder who refused to be a victim of his diagnosis and inspires others to become their best selves.

Episode Seven: Daniel Driffin. Daniel is the co-founder of THRIVE Support Services, Inc., a patient-advocacy and social support network for Black gay men living with HIV.

Episode Four: Guy Anthony. Guy Anthony is a dedicated HIV/AIDS activist, community leader, and author. He talks about being more than his HIV status and the importance of sharing his story to positively impact the lives of others living with HIV.

Episode Five: Dr. Kulpa. Dr. Kulpa is an assistant professor at Emory University whose work largely focuses on defining the mechanisms that promote HIV persistence in ART-treated individuals living with HIV.

Episode Two: Bobby Cook. Mr. Cook shares his thoughts on what it is to be a man in today's world. He talks about the Copper Cactus Ranch and why building a community was his happiest accomplishment.

Episode Three: Susan Cole. Susan Cole is an award-winning HIV activist, broadcaster and writer who actively advocates for the rights of people living with HIV.

Episode One: Dr. Marcus Conant.  Dr. Conant is one of the physicians who discovered HIV in the early 80s. Dr. Conant shares his journey with Jeff Galvin, CEO of AGT, in the inaugural Cure Chronicles episode.