Abounding Prosperity, Inc. believes that in order to improve the quality of life for Black men and their families, the organization should be governed by those who reflect and represent this target population as well allies of those who care about the well being of Black men.
The organization has a dedicated seven member Board of Directors and Community Advisory Board that provides governance and oversight to the organization. Having founded the organization in 2005, Kirk D. Myers serves as the Chief Executive Officer and brings over 10 years of experience in health education and disease prevention, with a specific expertise in HIV prevention and education. In his role as CEO, Myers oversees a team of volunteers and staff experienced in health education and disease prevention.
We are honored to share with you the AP Team that we believe make us the best of what Dallas, Texas has to offer in the areas of HIV/AIDS education, prevention, treatment, care as well as programming. Feel free to email any one of them based on the context of your need/request.
Stephney's role is to assist the
CEO in managing staff, coordinating programs and writing proposals. She is also responsible for evaluation and scheduling of staff.
Pierre J. Moton
Interim Programs Mgr.
Moton's role is to develop programs and ensure that goals and objectives outlined for each are met. He is also responsible for assisting the Associate Director.
AP, Inc. Mission:
To provide services that address health, social and economic disparities among Black men with a particular emphasis on gay, bisexual and male to female Transgender individuals.
Wright's role is to work with members of management the AP team in order to align outcomes of all programs with the mission, goals and vision of the organization.
Prince's role is to serve as a guide to AP team members and assist them in reaching an outcome or decision that is in the best interest of the organization.
Alavrado's role is to undertake assessment, monitoring, planning and linking AP consumers with services and programs that will improve quality of life and health.
Steward's role is to conduct client-centered PrEP education and adherence counseling services that provide basic information and connect those who are interested.
Mims' role is to help collect, organize and manage data so that it is used to analyze AP consumer effectiveness in the delivery of programs and services.
Stallworth's role is to provide support and create balance in executing projects and programs assisgned. He also collects data from programs sponsored by AP.
Peer Health Navigator
Gipson's role is to provide support to AP consumers in finding community resources, promote healthy behavior change through modeling. He facilitates referrals and links.
TG Intervention Spec.
Duval's role is to provide outreach, health navigation and interventions that address the HIV/STI needs of the Dallas Area Transgender Community to improve health.
Comm. Intervention Spec.
Flowers role is to collaborate with AP team members to highlight and promote the organization's programs and services to community members and stakeholders.
Brown's role is to conduct outreach and provide HIV/STD prevention services to community members. She also engages in real-time risk assessments within the community.
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