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Coronado Lopez Dyer
As the Founder and current Director of The Community Care Project, Coronado "Cody" Lopez Dyer is fully committed to helping improve the health outcomes of gay and bisexual men in Maryland and across the country. Dyer previously served as the Program Coordinator for Morgan State University providing HIV, HCV and substance abuse programming to emerging adults 18 to 24 on campus and in the community Until August of 2016. Dyer has been working professionally in the public health field since 2011. He is currently in the process of attaining his Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. With a progressive understanding of human sexuality and gender expression, Dyer uses his unique perspective on sexual and reproductive health to educate youth about a wide range of topics including HIV prevention and treatment, bio-medical and behavioral interventions, and communication skills. During his employment at Morgan State University, Dyer also served as the faculty adviser for the on-campus LGBTQ organization S.O.U.L; Students Open to Unique Love. Dyer has previously worked as an independent consultant developing and implementing programs for clients such as The University of Maryland, John Hopkins University, The Center for Black Equity, Light Health and Wellness and Morgan State University's counseling center. Over the past 5 years, Dyer has been working with local businesses and organizations that provide HIV health services to the youth and young adult community, ranging from age 14-24 and 25 and older populations in the Baltimore metropolitan and surrounding area.