Guillaume Bagal III
Guillaume Bagal is the Public Policy Associate at Whitman-Walker Health (WWH), a federally qualified health center serving Washington, DC's diverse urban community with special focus on people living with HIV and the LGBT community. He has leadership roles on many HIV and LGBTQ organizations, including The Center for Global Health and Diplomacy on HIV and Maternal, Newborn and Child Health, as President of GLAA (a DC LGBTQ rights alliance founded in 1971), chair of the Research and Evaluation Subcommittee of HIPS' Sex Workers Advocacy Coalition in DC, and a member of the HIV Working Group at the DC Center for the LGBT Community since 2013. Also, he serves on the Community Advisory Board for the NIH-funded BELIEVE project at George Washington University. Mr. Bagal received an MA in Sociology, and a Master of Healthcare Administration with a concentration in policy from George Mason University (magna cum laude).
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