Kenya Hutton has dedicated close to 20 years working in social justice, equity, HIV prevention, and the facilitation of behavioral interventions among communities heavily impacted by HIV in NYC and Washington, DC. He has been an advocate for HIV prevention on local and national levels while bringing awareness to LGBTQ young adults and members of the House/Ball Community. While serving these communities, he has been presented several accolades including The Dorian Corey Wisdom Award, The Michael J. Harrington Humanitarian Award from the Gay Men’s Health Crises House of Latex Project, the Award of Excellence from the Washington DC Ballroom Coalition, the DC Black Pride Presidents Award and others. Kenya Hutton has devoted his life’s work to the betterment of disenfranchised and marginalized communities and consistently works towards their achieving Health, Economic, and Social Equity. He fully believes that achieving zero new HIV infections is not only possible but in our near future. With this goal in mind, Kenya is committed to ensuring all communities share this same vision of the future and have the tools and knowledge to make it a reality.
#StillWe Lead Session #2 – Panelist