Ace Robinson, MPH
Ace Robinson has extensive experience working to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria, and other chronic diseases on vulnerable populations domestically and worldwide. He has focused his work on public policy, evidence-based community health, and legal advocacy. He is the Director of Health Education, Prevention, and Public Policy & Advocacy at Lifelong in Seattle. In his role, he oversees legislative agendas focused on communicable diseases in addition to developing, planning, administrating, and evaluating health messaging and prevention initiatives for vulnerable populations.
Previously, Ace has served as the Managing Director at Gay Men’s Health Crisis in New York City, Director of Health Information at Partners In Health, and the Director of the AIDS Prevention Unit at the University of California, Los Angeles and co-founded the Black Gay Men’s Leadership Council of Philadelphia.
Mr. Robinson earned his Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Duke University. And earned his Master’s degree in Public Health at the University of Cape Town in South Africa with a concentration in International Health Promotion with a focus in Infectious Disease. He brings a wealth of experience to the Avielle Foundation with a background in non-profit management, research oversight, and an insatiable drive to improve the health outcomes of all persons through measurable research and community engagement.
Evidence-based Community Health and Public Policy Advocate; Co-founder and Board of Directors for the Avielle Foundation