Phronie Jackson, MPH was the Project Coordinator of the Act Against AIDS Leadership Initiative (AAALI) at the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. (NCNW). She applies lessons learned from more than 17 years of public health experience to develop community and worksite wellness programs and women's health programs. She also serves as Curriculum and Training Specialist for the Save Our Selves Sisters (SOS); a five-module intervention for female that uses as its foundation ethnic and gender pride to empower females to fight for HIV/AIDS prevention
Her most recent entrepreneurial project, Lady Phronie MPH, involves using social media and the LADY Model to develop an on-line on-going dialogue around women's health concerns.
With more than 17 years of Public Health experience, Jackson has been invited to present her work during numerous local, national, and international conferences including but not limited to the National Youth at Risk Conference, The International HIV Stigma Conference, the United States Conference on AIDS, The International AIDS Conference, and the Women as the Face of AIDS Conference.
She earned her Bachelors degree in Human Services from Spelman College and received her Masters of Public Health from Walden University. She is currently working toward a PhD in public health. Her most important project is family and working with her husband of twenty years to raise their three wonderful children.
Follow Jackson on Twitter @ladyphroniemph
Engaging Women in the
Fight Against HIV/AIDS
National Council of Negro Women