Frank J. Oldham Jr.|
(? - living) U.S.A.
Frank is a passionate and talented leader in HIV/AIDS and public health. He is formally trained in political science, culture and policy, he attended Adelphi University where he studied political science, New York University where he received a Bachelor of Arts in English, and He also attended Columbia University and State University of New York where he studied film, culture and policy respectively.
In 1998, Frank joined the Chicago Department of Public Health as chief of its HIV/AIDS and STD programs. He then became executive director of Horizons Community Services, forerunner of the Center on Halsted. After serving as coordinator of AIDS policy for New York City, he became executive director of the Harlem Directors Group, an agency targeting AIDS in New York's African-American community.
He has served and is currently serving on several planning and other policy bodies. He is the immediate past Executive Director of Harlem Directors Group where he worked on behalf of a community with the highest AIDS death rate in New York. In 2007, Frank was named executive director of the National Association of People with AIDS.