Join co-hosts Mark McNease and Rick Rose as we welcome back Terri Clark to the podcast. Terri has been doing work in health education, training, and counseling for nearly 20 years, and is currently the Coordinator of Prevention Services at ActionAIDS in Philadelphia, PA. She is Co-chair of the LGBT Elder Initiative, whose mission is to foster and advocate for services that are culturally-competent, inclusive, and responsive to the needs of LGBT elders in the Delaware Valley. Terri is a member of Widener University’s Consortium on Sexuality and Aging, and an adjunct instructor at Arcadia University. Throughout her career in public health, she has been an advocate for gender and sexual health equality across the lifecyle.
Prior to relocating to Philadelphia from New York City, in November, 2007, she was involved with many LGBT programs, including the creation of a Safe Zones Program at NYC College of Technology and worked as a consultant trainer with the NYC LGBT Center, where she delivered cultural competency trainings to staff and students of the NYC school district. Terri has worked with Allegheny College (Meadville, PA) to help establish a safe zone program on their campus.
Terri is a Certified Health Education Specialist, and graduate of Hunter College with a Masters in Public Health. She received her B.A. in Sociology and Communication from the University of Buffalo.
Date: Wednesday, January 16
Time: 6:30 pm eastern, guest at 6:45
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