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Marvell Terry

Marvell L. Terry II
Program Manager Manager

Marvell L. Terry II is the program manager for the Evidence-Informed Interventions (E2i) program. Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Marvell now resides in Washington, DC. He is the Founder of The Red Door Foundation, Inc. and the Saving Ourselves Symposium (SOS), a one of a kind annual experience designed for the Black LGBTQ community living in the South focused on their health and wellness.

Marvell often addresses HIV at the intersection of many social justice issues that impact Black and Brown communities. In Spring 2014 Marvell’s research with homeless adults was published in the Journal of Health Disparities Research and in 2015, Marvell completed a 12-month program for the Fellowship for Racial and Gender Justice Leaders in the HIV/AIDS Movement with the Rockwood Leadership Institute as a member of the inaugural cohort.

Marvell’s work includes previous involvement with the Young Black Gay Men’s Leadership Initiative (YBGLI), Memphis TGA HIV Care and Prevention Group, Tennessee HIV Planning Group and the Shelby Ryan White Planning Council.

Marvell was featured in POZ Magazine (January/February 2017) and graced the front cover on this annual publication. Marvell currently attends Maryland’s oldest historically black university, Bowie State University.

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