Vision + Mission = Driven

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Positive Women’s Network – USA is a national membership body of women living with HIV, inclusive of transgender and cisgender women, working to achieve HIV policies and programs grounded in gender equity and human rights. PWN-USA envisions a world where women living with HIV can live long, healthy, dignified and productive lives, free from stigma and discrimination. Learn more about PWN-USA’s mission, vision and values–then, if you share our vision and would like to join our mission, become a member of PWN-USA today!

19 thoughts on “Vision + Mission = Driven

  1. Your blog was very inspiring for HIV Positive women whom are affected and/or infected. Women responding to issues that affect us as a whole encourages others to speak up, please keep up the great work you are doing for women.

  2. Good Evening, My Name is Cynthia Solomon, I’ve been positive for 20 years now and I’m very much interested in becoming a memeber of PWN i’m currently living in New York City, arera Can you please contact me with information on your facility and how to get involve with other positive women. Thank you

    1. Hi Cynthia! Thank you so much for reaching out. Would be honored for you to become a member of PWN-USA. Please email us your contact information and we will add you to PWN’s e-mail list (positivewomensnetworkUSA@gmail.com). Also, check out our facebook page to stay updated (link at the top right of this page)! Your voice is needed. We will be hosting a listening session for members to tell us what they want to work on and how they want to get involved. Please stay updated on the website, facebook, and email list!

  3. Count us in PWN-USA, Older Women Embracing Life, Inc., is a tax-exempt not-for-profit operating in MD and the District of Columbia – our vision, an OWEL Support Group in each of these United States.
    Also add the POSITIVE IMPACT Ministry at New Samaritan Baptist Church, 1100 Florida Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002
    I am point of contact for each of the above. Carolyn L. Massey, Executive Director, OWEL; Director, Positive Impact Ministry

  4. Women are faced with much hardships in today’s society, the movie “Temptation” betrays HIV positive women in a negative light. The movie is keeping the stigma and fear alive within the black communities which keeps people from getting tested and taking control of their health. Please sign the petition because SILENCE =DEATH.

  5. tyler perry has a responsibility to show Blacks, Black women especially, in a realistic and positive light. there is enough negative out there.

  6. Hello I am honored to see you ladies are you still doing it i am with sister love as well as vocal ny and love heals the Allison good foundation for HIV education as well as theppg board member 2004 ive worn many hats for many years what’s funny Asian was at the New York 1992 as well as Housing Works 1991, Grace who gonna continue who’s driving I truly feel sad that up until now, women have not been acknowledge so im happ y to finally see us as women standing up and being accounted for,i would love to be a part of your orginization you can also find me on facebook.iam owner of to sites HIv the world wide epidemic and Asia’ lounge

  7. This is a great avenue for women living with HIV to impact this nation. Having lived with HIV, advocating for women’s awareness for 20+years. I finally see a light at the end of the tunnel. Thank you!

  8. Hello. I am a positive women living with HIV. I would like to be a part of pwnusa. I have been an advocate since being diagnosed in 1999

    The need for more voices, that can allow the voiceless of the disenfranchised to know that their lives matters.
    Thank you
    Ruby Garner

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