With over 30 years of dedicated service to public health, Tori Cooper stands as a beacon of advocacy and education in the HIV/AIDS community. Her remarkable journey is marked by groundbreaking achievements, including her historic appointment as the first Black transgender woman on the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA).
Tori Cooper's career is a testament to her unwavering commitment to marginalized communities. As an HIV health educator at Positive Impact Health Centers in Duluth, she has devotedly worked to disseminate vital health information to those most in need. Her role as the Director of Community Engagement for the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Transgender Justice Initiative further underscores her passion for uplifting and empowering the transgender community.
As SisterLove's Board Member, Tori's contributions are invaluable. She plays a pivotal role in steering the organization towards achieving its goals, bringing to the table her extensive experience in public health and her profound understanding of the unique challenges faced by the LGBTQ+ and HIV communities. Her leadership extends beyond SisterLove, Inc., encompassing notable positions on the boards of the Fulton County Health Department and Clayton County HIV consortium, among others.
Tori Cooper's advocacy is not just limited to boardrooms and health centers. As a published author and a respected voice in community organizing, she has influenced public discourse on health equity. This influence is further amplified by her founding of Advocates for Better Care Atlanta, LLC, where she continues to champion the rights of the underserved.
Her achievements are a source of inspiration, demonstrating the power of resilience and dedication in the face of adversity. Tori's journey is a reminder of the impact one individual can have in transforming public health landscapes and societal attitudes towards HIV/AIDS and transgender rights.
As SisterLove, Inc. strives to advance public health initiatives, Tori Cooper's leadership, expertise, and unwavering commitment to advocacy ensure that the organization remains at the forefront of creating inclusive and equitable health solutions for all.