About AFC

Associate Board

The AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) Associate Board includes young professionals ages 21-35 who are passionate leaders in the fight for HIV and AIDS services and prevention in the Chicago metropolitan area. Members of the Associate Board act as ambassadors for AFC by fundraising, becoming involved in AFC activities and engaging other young professionals to make a difference.

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Kevin Moore, co-chair, Howard Brown Health
Jasmine E. Tucker, co-chair, Northwestern University

Alden Woodhull, secretary, Res Publica Group
David Neef, treasurer, Clutch Group
Meghan Beach, membership/outreach, National Sporting Goods Association
Johnny Ford, public relations/social media, Public Communications Inc.

Manjima Bose, FUND Consulting
Ramona Burress, Walgreens
Ronnie Chatterjee, DayNine Consulting
Sydney Clark, Vivid Seats
Kristina Davis, Health Research & Educational Trust
Arianna Farmer, Chapin Hall at University of Chicago
Tony Guerrero, Northwestern University
Nicole Holmes, Center on Halsted
Grant Ladniak, Roosevelt University 
Ryan Letcher, Arity
Ashley Loomis, American College of Surgeons
Brooke Morris, American Library Association
Joey Scheiber, Campbell & Company
Jemina Shikany, American Red Cross
Chandra Taylor, Allstate
Tristien M. Winfree, Actor 

If you are interested in joining the Associate Board, please read our charter and then fill out this interest form. Please direct all questions to Justin Koziatek at 312-784-9064 or jkoziatek@aidschicago.org.


Associate Board meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month.

The Associate Board holds multiple social, educational and philanthropic events throughout year to build awareness of HIV/AIDS and to increase engagement with young professionals and students in the Chicago community. Upcoming events are listed on the AIDS Foundation of Chicago Associate Board Facebook page.

Associate Board Member Commitments

  • Pay $75 in annual dues
  • Regularly attend full Associate Board meetings every month (in person or by phone)
  • Actively participate on at least one committee
  • Participate in and actively raise funds for AFC events, including AIDS Run & Walk Chicago and World of Chocolate
  • Represent AFC in the community through volunteerism and outreach

Members who get the most out of their involvement volunteer at least 2-3 hours per week to support Associate Board activities.

Associate Board Member Benefits

  • Opportunities to connect with AFC staff, leadership and other supporters, as well as experts in HIV programming and advocacy.
  • Opportunities to attend exclusive AFC events and get first pick at volunteer opportunities.
  • Opportunities to develop skills in leadership, event planning, fundraising and outreach.
  • Recognition on AFC's website and in AFC's Annual Report.
  • Most importantly, the chance to make a difference in the fight against HIV in Chicago and beyond.


Pay Associate Board Membership Dues

Associate Board Charter for FY 2017