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Marvell Terry

Marvell L. Terry II
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Marvell L. Terry II is a public health strategist, community builder, and thought leader. Marvell is a native of Memphis, TN; and has lived in Washington, DC; Prince George’s County, Maryland; and currently reside in Atlanta, GA.

The genesis of Marvell’s work began as an early intervention specialist (EIS) at a children’s hospital in Memphis and a federally qualified healthcare center (FQHC), linking newly diagnosed individuals into care or finding those who have not been adherent to their healthcare plan. Subsequently, Marvell’s work can speak to his passion locally, regionally and nationally. Marvell is the founder of the annual Saving Ourselves Symposium (SOS), a convening for Black LGBTQ individuals living in the South focused on health, wellness, and social injustices of this community; and founder of The Red Door Foundation, a non-profit purposed to fight for the health outcomes of Black gay men in the Mid-South. Marvell is a past Organizing Committee Member of the Young Black Gay Men’s Leadership Initiative, and a AVAC PxRoar Fellow.

Marvell’s published work “Prevalence and Correlates of HIV-Risk Behaviors among Homeless Adults in a Southern City” can be found in the Journal of Health and Disparities Research and Practice (Spring 2014, Volume 7). Marvell is currently a student at Bowie State University.


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