TWC meets the press in honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD):
WTOP's Thomas Warren's week-long series "Generation Positive" is an in-depth look at the HIV epidemic in the U.S. and Washington, D.C. He is taking a look at measures being taken to beat it, and breakthrough developments in the search for a vaccine in four web stories, as well as an eight-part series on-air.
Visit WTOP, find out more the series, and TWC and its work with women, girls and familes.
Joan Hess Collins, Founder of Get Out and Give Back, showcases her volunteer time with TWC in an article in Washinton Life Magazine (October 2011) titled "Get Out and Give Back: Supporting The Women’s Collective."
Patricia Nalls, TWC Founder/Executive Director, and Tinselyn Simms-Hall, Policy and Advocacy Coordinator along with other AIDS-prevention advocates joined congressional leaders and experts at the Congressional HIV/AIDS Caucus launch, on Sept. 15, 2011, on Capitol Hill.
The Huffington Post explores with the MAC AIDS Fund, the philanthropic arm of MAC Cosmetics, the VIVA GLAM campaign in an article entitled, "MAC Cosmetics and Lady Gaga: Promoting Women's Sexual Empowerment Through HIV/AIDS Awareness."
On National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2011, The Fight Back visits TWC and interviews, Abby Charles, Policy and Advocacy Coordinator. The Fight Back article online includes an audio interveiw with Abby. Their article begins:
The January 2011 issue of the Washingtonian magazine highlghts "Washingtonians of the Year." This year, TWC founder/executive director, Patricia Nalls makes the list.
Her tireless efforts to ensure women and girls in DC have appropriate access to HIV care and prevention services combined with advocacy and empowerment make her stand out and makes TWC a unique service provider in DC.
POZ magazine celebrates "some of the bravest, most dogged and downright effective AIDS fighters we know." TWCs Pat Nalls makes the list!
"As founder and executive director of The Women's Collective in Washington, DC, Nalls works on the cutting-edge-and keeps women from falling over it."
Find out more in POZ magazine December 2010 issue.