Select Site 
Nora Maria Fuller

Nora Maria Fuller
Syringe Access Policy Organizer


Nora Maria Fuller arrives at AIDS United from Trystereo/New Orleans Harm Reduction Network, a collective she co-founded in 2011 that affirms the dignity of people who use drugs, and in the process addresses HIV, Hepatitis C, and overdose death risks. Nora has practiced harm reduction, which she considers a daily practice paired with humanistic philosophy, since the early age of sixteen.

As syringe access policy organizer, Nora brings experience in community-based direct services and pivotal policy change. From Oaxaca, Mexico to New York City, then settling in New Orleans, Nora has a long history of community health outreach work in HIV-affected settings. Nora has both improvised in areas of resource scarcity and addressed drug related stigma in robust public health systems.

Nora is a creative and communicative lifelong learner, who loves sharing her interests with others by helping organize exhibits and public events, broadcasting public affairs programming on the radio, writing for New Orleans’ monthly Antigravity magazine, self-publishing comics and zines, and creating artwork. When she isn’t fervently making something, she would like to be dancing her heart out at your dance fitness class, bar/bat mitzvahs, weddings, work parties, live music shows, or Carnival parades (really anywhere, she loves all music).



Invest in AIDS United today

VISA, Mastercard & AMEX accepted.

AIDS UnitedHelp us make the promise of an AIDS-free generation a reality.

null

Latest Blog Post

DEC14

Tamika Spellman Busts Stigma: Sex Workers are People Too

Tamika Spellman has worked with HIPS since June 2017, where ...

An AIDS-Free Generation
is possible.

We can't get there without you.

Click here to make a tax-deductible donation today.


Thank you for contacting DC Web Designers. We will be in touch shortly.

ERROR: Message Not Sent!