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Collectively, the AIDS United Getting to Zero team brings a combined total of over 40 years of experience working in the HIV field! We are passionate about helping organizations improve their programming and infrastructure to better achieve their missions. We look forward to working with you!

Teresa Bedzigui, Capacity Building Coordinator 876-2846

Teresa Bedzigui brings over eight years of HIV/AIDS advocacy work. Rooted deeply within intersectional black feminism, Teresa believes that community based, stigma free approaches to health, focused on preventative care, are key to creating a global AIDS free society. As an immigrant from Yaoundé, Cameroon, Teresa’s perspective has always been multinational and intersectional. She believes that immigrant narratives deserve to be heard and valued when discussing HIV/AIDS in the United States, especially as it relates to solutions.


Adrian Neil Jr., Program Manager 876-2850

Adrian brings almost ten years of both professional and personal experience providing direct service to people living with HIV, policy and advocacy, mobilizing communities, and capacity building and facilitation. Adrian's goal is to change the mindset, attitudes, and general behavior patterns of the communities around him about HIV/AIDS. He also enjoys spending time in the dance studio, with family and friends, and eating good food.

Adrian's CBA focus areas are community advisory board support and leadership development.

  Tobeya Ibitayo, CBA Specialist​|(202) 408-8756

Tobeya brings experience in qualitative research, direct client service, and curriculum design and implementation. Previously, Tobeya was a Federal Insurance Navigator at the Missouri-based nonprofit, Saint Louis Effort for AIDS, where he provided health insurance literacy education and enrollment services through a state-wide network of service organizations and clinics.

Farah Nageer-Kanthor, Senior Program Manager 876-2827

Farah brings 10 years of experience in domestic and international public health, technical assistance, evaluation, quality improvement, and curriculum development with particular focus on HIV/AIDS and women’s health. Farah is committed to strengthening individuals, organizations, and communities to activate their own leadership in order to effect healthy, sustainable, and equitable outcomes. Outside of the office, Farah is kept active and entertained by her husband and two darling children.

Farah's CBA focus areas are program management, staff engagement, and sustainability planning.

Kelly Stevens, Senior Program Manager 876-2848

Kelly provides administrative, monitoring and evaluation support to the capacity building assistance program. A native of the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, Kelly has devoted much of her career to providing research and technical assistance to federal, state and local maternal and child health and comprehensive sexual health initiatives. She believes that few things are more important than one’s health and is fully committed to working towards dismantling inequities in health outcomes and access to care.

Kelly's CBA focus areas are leadership development and coaching, communication and team cohesion, and workforce development.

The AIDS United Getting to Zero team works with subcontracting partners across the country to meet the needs of organizations from coast to coast. Get to know our CBA partners below.

The Bridging Group

Founded in 2008, The Bridging Group has provided training, technical assistance, and evaluation and research for governmental, non-governmental organizations and research/academic institutions working in correctional facilities and in community reentry across the United States and the world.

The Bridging Group’s CBA focus areas include the development, implementation, and evaluation of social service and health programs that serve individuals, families, and communities affected by the criminal justice system.

Harm Reduction Coalition

The Capacity Building Services Team at Harm Reduction Coalition have been providing training and TA services nationwide for over 20 years on harm reduction, drug user health, and other related topics. Central to their work is the focus that Harm Reduction Coalition creates spaces for dialogue and action to help heal the harms of racialized drug policies.

Harm Reduction Coalition’s CBA focus areas are: Syringe access program development, sex work, Hep C and HIV prevention, LGBTQ-related services, Motivational Interviewing, and intimate partner violence.

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