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Joseph Sewell

Joseph Sewell
Program Associate

Joseph Sewell is the program associate for the HRSA SPNS Dissemination of Evidence-Informed Interventions initiative. In this role, Joseph provides program and administrative support to the initiative, which focuses on dissemination of four adapted linkage and retention interventions to improve health outcomes along the HIV Care Continuum.

Prior to joining AIDS United, Joseph served at Joseph’s House, a hospice and group home in DC for homeless individuals with HIV and AIDS through the Washington AIDS Partnership Health Corps. During this time, Joseph directly confronted the numerous intersections of marginalization that often accompany HIV, including poverty, addiction and recovery, stigma, and racism. This experience led him to have an interest in better understanding the intersection of HIV, poverty, and access to health care.

Joseph is relatively new to Washington DC, having moved here in August 2016. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies in May 2016 from University of South Carolina and plans to pursue a masters degree in public health. In his free time, Joseph can often be found lifting weights, singing in public with no regard to who is watching or listening (or how good he may or may not sound), reading and writing queer creative nonfiction, or arguing with his friends about who’s currently slaying the pop charts (hint: the answer is ALWAYS Beyoncé).



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