By joining the coalition, your company will receive free communication tools, employer/worker resources, educational events, training/coaching and technical support for building local public-private partnerships in communities most affected by HIV.
National HIV Testing Day - A Playbook for Employers
Celebrate National HIV Testing Day on June 27th with our playbook designed specifically for employers. Discover six impactful actions that your workplace can implement to encourage testing, combat stigma, and promote a supportive environment.View Resource
Ending the HIV Epidemic - A Guide for Employers
Employers can accelerate progress toward ending HIV in the U.S. This guide is designed to help you get started.View Resource
U.S. Business Action to End HIV was founded in 2022 by the Health Action Alliance, with support from ViiV Healthcare, to mobilize a growing coalition of private sector partners committed to filling gaps and accelerating progress to help end HIV in the U.S. by 2030. We offer free tools, resources and events to help employers educate workers, fight stigma, improve access to HIV prevention and treatment services, and build connections to the communities who need it most.
HIV Leadership Advisory Council
The HIV Leadership Advisory Council consists of renowned leaders in the field of HIV from various sectors such as public health, academia and non-governmental organizations. These experts play a crucial role in providing guidance to the U.S. Business Action to End HIV coalition, ensuring that our priorities are informed by the latest scientific research and best practices in the field.
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Bishar Jenkins Jr.
Policy Manager for Community Mobilization and Health Equity
President and CEO
Community Access National Network
Dr. Taimur Khan
Physician/Associated Medical Research Director
Dr. Stephen Lee
National Association of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD)
Dr. Eugene McCray
Former Director, Division of HIV Prevention
Mario J. Pérez
LA County Department of Public Health Division of HIV and STD Programs
Frannie Peabody Center
HIV + Hepatitis Policy Institute