• Billy Pick

    Billy Pick is an experienced public health care professional who has worked on national and international aspects of HIV/AIDS.  He has a long history of developing, managing, monitoring and evaluating HIV and substance use programs, at local, national and global levels as well as managing and overseeing HIV prevention, clinical and vaccine research trials.

    From his early career community-based drug treatment, he went on to work for the San Francisco Department of Public Health, and then on to serve as technical advisor operationalizing the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) for the United States Agency for International Development, focusing on the development of HIV strategies and programming for key populations and clinical care and treatment for people living with HIV/AIDS. He has also served on the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria’s Technical Review Panel and the various National Institutes of Health study sections and working groups.

    As an openly gay man who has been living with HIV for over 35 years and a former injecting drug user, Billy  has been involved in HIV, Hepatitis C and human rights and drug reform advocacy and policy development for almost 35 years.


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