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IT-PHITS Call for Action Team Members

Emory University

Contact: Deja Er or Celeste Ellison at (404)-692-2749 or

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The IT-PHITS project is a collaborative project between SisterLove and Emory University. It is a great opportunity for community leaders in Metro Atlanta to apply to be action team members who raise awareness about sexual health, HIV, and PrEP among women in their communities. HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP) is a medication taken to prevent getting HIV and is highly effective.

What will you do?
Action team members will receive training on HIV-related public health topics, such as prevention strategies (e.g., PrEP, HIV testing). Action team members will lead community education meetings focused on sexual health and well-being topics for women in their communities.

What is the time commitment?
Action team members will be asked to commit to 1 year of engagement with the project. You will be expected to plan and host 10 community events within the year.

What do you get?
As an Action Team member, you will be provided with a $1,000 annual honorarium that will be distributed quarterly for serving in this role.

Action Team members must:
Live in one of the following counties: Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton, or Gwinnett County
Have an interest in HIV prevention or women’s sexual and reproductive health
Be outgoing and connects easily with people
Be strongly motivated to make a positive impact in your community
Application deadline: Applications will close on February 15, 2023 and after submitting your application, you will be contacted for a brief phone/zoom call to help us get to know you better. Selected members will be notified on March 1, 2023.

Use this link to fill out the application:

If you have any questions, please call or email Deja Er or Celeste Ellison at (404) 692-2749 or

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