HIV Program Coordinator
John Rowell, Jr. joined The Center as the HIV Program Coordinator. He is responsible for the coordination of the Risk To Reasons: Changing the Narrative grant, which focuses on HIV education, prevention, and treatment for Black women. John is currently in the Masters of Public Health program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is a Fayetteville State University graduate of Psychology. He has eight years’ experience working in healthcare promotion with an emphasis on HIV/STI education, treatment, and prevention in Black and Indigenous people of color (BIPOC). John believes in the transparency of public health and creating and curating health communications that help Black and Latinx people manifest better health outcomes. He is a Fayetteville, North Carolina, native and currently resides in Durham, North Carolina. Some of his hobbies include reading, writing poetry, entertaining friends and family, video games, dancing, exercising, tattoos, and cooking.