About AFC

Associate Board

The AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) Associate Board includes young professionals and emerging leaders who are passionate in the fight for HIV/AIDS services and prevention in the Chicagoland area. Members of the Associate Board act as ambassadors for AFC by taking part in fundraising, community service, and advocacy activities that create health equity and justice for people affected by HIV/AIDS and other related chronic diseases.

To learn more about our mission, member roles, leadership structure and membership process – please refer to the 2019 Charter and our Facebook Page.

Interested in joining? Fill out this interest form and a membership representative will contact you. For more information, please contact associateboard@aidschicago.org.


Brooke Morris-Chott, Co-Chair, American Library Association
Keith Bukowski, Co-Chair, C.I.T.Y. Club Gymnastics

Camille Bundy, Secretary, UIC School of Public Health
David Neef, Treasurer, Membership Chair, Epiq
Meghan Monaghan, Membership Chair, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Adam Bruns-Trukhin, Public Relations/Social Media Chair, Mobilitie
Daniella A. Silva, Public Relations/Social Media Chair, Heartland Alliance International

AJ Estacion, Kraft Heinz
Anthony Guerrero, Northwestern University, Edelman
Andrew Machado, University of Chicago Law School
Chris Leonard, Tempus
James McManus, WP Global Partners
Brandon Patterson, Walgreens
Alejandro Segura, J.P. Morgan Chase
Ira Katzman, WagermanKatzman
Isaiah Stock, Bain & Company
Siessourby Eileen Soma, Loyola University Chicago
Michael K. Vega, MS, CAE, Association Forum
Alden Woodhull, Res Publica Group
Jessica Wu, Accenture

Membership Commitments

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

2018 Year in Review