Robert Suttle is a long-term survivor living with HIV and a prominent leader in the global HIV movement. As a Black gay activist, he brings a unique perspective to his more than a decade of experience in decriminalization, human rights, and the intersection between equity and social justice. Robert is the Chair of The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation Council of Justice Leaders and a member of the Global Advisory Panel for the HIV Justice Network. He co-founded The Sero Project and has received numerous awards, including the AIDSWatch Positive Leadership Award and recognition as a 2021 POZ 100 Honoree.
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