The AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) Associate Board includes young professionals and emerging leaders who are passionate leaders in the fight for HIV/AIDS services and prevention in the Chicago metropolitan area. Members of the Associate Board act as ambassadors for AFC by fundraising, supporting AFC initiatives and engaging with the community to make a difference.
To learn more about our mission, member roles, leadership structure and membership process – please refer to our Charter for FY 2018.
Tony Guerrero, co-chair, Northwestern University
Brooke Morris, co-chair, American Library Association
Alden Woodhull, secretary, Res Publica Group
David Neef, treasurer, Clutch Group
Nicole Holmes, public relations/social media, Center on Halsted
Adam Bruns-Trukhin, SAC Wireless
Keith Bukowski, C.I.T.Y. Club Gymnastics
AJ Estacion, Kraft Heinz
Matthew French, Synergía - Initiatives for Human Rights
Grant Ladniak, Roosevelt University
Le'Mikas Lavender, Heartland Alliance
James McManus, Deloitte
Meghan Monaghan, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Brandon Patterson, Walgreens
Anthony Pendleton, Chipotle
Alejandro Segura, Citi
Siessourby Eileen Soma, Loyola University Chicago
Michael K. Vega, MS, CAE, Association Forum
Matthew C. von Nida, Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV)
Jessica Wu, Accenture
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.
2016 IMPACTS shows their various partner organizations and ways the Associate Board practices AFC’s mission.