Spectrum Center and the Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs Office (MESA) are proud to continue an initiative centering Queer and Transgender People of Color (QTPOC): Community Dinners for/by QTPOC. FREE DINNER will be provided to the first 15 students who sign up for the respective dinners. If there are more than 15 students signing up for a dinner session, they will be put on a waiting list. The host for this dinner is Leon Golson.
For the last 13 years, Leon has worked as Director of Prevention Programs for Unified HIV Health and Beyond. His role as Director of Prevention Programs includes supervision of Unified's HIV Counseling and Testing Clinic, outreach, prevention and education efforts. His 30 years of HIV prevention work includes work with the agency formerly known as the Midwest AIDS Prevention Project as their Program Director and the American Red Cross in their AIDS Education Department. Leon has developed and/or facilitated various HIV/STI workshops, trainings and interventions such as, Peer/Opinion Leader Training, Cultural Sensitivity workshops for providers who work with LGBTQ+ clients, Many Men, Many Voices, Prevention Options for Positives and Healthy Relationships.
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