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Teresa Bedzigui

Teresa Bedzigui, MPH
Capacity Building Coordinator

Teresa Bedzigui brings over eight years of HIV/AIDS advocacy work. With a background in economics, social justice and grassroots organizing, Teresa approaches the work at AIDS United with great enthusiasm.

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. Prior to working at AIDS United, Teresa has held positions at the International Monetary Fund, in addition to participating in many national conferences as a speaker and moderator.

Teresa is a recent graduate of Brunel University in London, England, where she earned an MSc in Public Health and Health Promotion. In her free time, Teresa enjoys spending time with her family, building community with new and old friends, and dreaming of holistic approaches to HIV prevention and health literacy. Eventually, Teresa wants to return home to Yaoundé and build a community-based HIV/AIDS health clinic in her family’s village, Mbalmayo.




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