Fast-Track Cities Ad-Hoc Committee

The diverse 23-member Ad-Hoc Committee, co-chaired by Councilwoman Laura Pastor and Councilman Daniel Valenzuela, ‚Äčrepresents people living with HIV, medical providers, community-based organizations, local HIV advocacy groups, and government departments in the HIV field. 

‚ÄčAd-Hoc Committee

Councilwoman Laura Pastor, Co-Chair, city of Phoenix 

Councilman Daniel Valenzuela, Co-Chair, city of Phoenix

Carmen Batista, Ryan White Part B/ADAP Program Manager Arizona Department of Health Services 

Kirk Baxter, President of the Board, Heal International 

Chavon Boston, Grant Administator, Maricopa County - Ryan White Part A Program 

Jamal Brooks-Hawkins, Program Manager, Terros

Kim Covington, Senior Director of Community Initiatives, Arizona Community Foundation 

Gary Egan, Interim CEO, Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS

Linda Elliot, Excecutive Director, one-n-ten

Tony Felice, Co-Founder, Felice-Whitney Agency 

Kenja Hassan, Director, Cultural Relations & Special Projects, Arizona State University 

Angela Hughey, President, One Community 

Vince Kozar, Chief Operations Office, Phoenix Mercury 

Teresa Aseret-Manygoats, Office Chief, Arizona Health Disparities Center at Arizona Department of Health Services 

David Martinez III, Advocacy and Outreach Specialist, Saint Mary's Food Bank Alliance 

Dr. Janice Piatt, Director, Bill Holt Pediatric HIV Clinic at Phoenix Children's Hospital 

John Sapero, Office Chief, HIV Prevention, Arizona Department of Health Services 

Gregory Scaggs, Clinic Manager, McDowell Healthcare Center 

Glen Spencer, Executive Director, Aunt Rita's Foundation

Peter Taylor, Board Member, International Alliance for the Prevention of AIDS 

Keith Thompson, CEO, Phoenix Shanti Group, 

Dr. Thanes Vanig, HIV Specialist, Specturm Medical Group 

Guillermo Velez, Vice President, Chicanos por la Causa 

Calicia White, Program Director, Ebony House, Inc. 

Rebecca Wininger, Chief Operations Officer, Orixx