Auntjuan "Mr. Community" Wiley
President and CEO
Elder Auntjuan "Mr. Community" Wiley, President and CEO of AIDS Walk South Dallas, Inc. is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelors Degree in Social Work and a minor in Psychology and also a graduate of Walden University with a Masters Degree in Public Health. Native of Dallas, Texas, Auntjuan has been a part of the fight against HIV/AIDS and other STD’s for 26 years and since that time he has made it his responsibility and mission to be that voice for those infected and affected. He has done that in many different arenas locally, nationally and internationally through education, prevention, advocacy, training and outreach. In communities, here and abroad, he is best known; not only for his uniqueness, but for his passion and commitment to making a difference in the lives of others. His philosophy is the, work is not over “UNTIL THERE’S A CURE.”
BOARD OF DIRECTORS PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION
Auntjuan M. Wiley, BS, MPH AIDS Walk South Dallas, Inc.
President and CEO
Julie Minialoff Xyngular- Health and Wellness
Tynetta Runnels Runnels Foundation
James Lester, RN UT Southwestern Medical Center
Judge Staci Williams 1st Civil District Court
Helen Zimba Ministry of Hope International
Elias Cantu UT Southwestern Medical Center
Krissy Johnson, CPA Krissy’s Kwik Tax Board Treasurer
Attorney Stacie Greskowiak McNulty Hope Capetown USA
Judge Dominique Collins Criminal District Court 4
Gretchen Kelly Consultant
Advisory Board Member
Rob Minialoff Business Owner
Advisory Board Member
Programs and Services
National Strength Conference for Men Living with HIV
The Strength Conference for Men Living with HIV is a weekend offering a safe space for Support, Empowerment and Education along with fun and fellowship. This 4 day weekend is filled with Educational Seminars, Motivational Speakers, Breakout Sessions, an opportunity to build skills and leadership, share experiences, mentor new leaders and support veteran leaders.
Enhance the quality of life for all African-American MSM’s (Men Who Have Sex with Men) living with HIV, by providing a safe and confidential space offering support, empowerment and education.
H.O.P.E. Helping Other People Equally
Assist ex-offenders living with HIV/AIDS with identifying resources and services pre and post release; i.e. job training, housing, medical care, education services, employment and other needs as identified.
A monthly collaborative community forum providing education, resources and exploring effective ways to improve our community and quality of life for people impacted by HIV/AIDS
Education and Training
Offers skills-building workshops and trainings, i.e. HIV 101, disclosure, board development, accessing community resources, advocacy, 6 Steps to Healthier Happier You and more.
Emergency Resource Fund
Assist persons living with HIV/AIDS with rental assistance, utility assistance, transportation assistance (fuel or bus token), medication co-pay and other emergency needs as identified.
International AIDS Candlelight Memorial
The mission of the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial is to honor, support, and advocate for those who have been affected by the global HIV epidemic through mobilizing communities for a world where people do not die of AIDS and people living with HIV can live in health and with dignity. Observed every 3rd Sunday in May around the world.
Connecting Communities Expo
An annual community collaborative multicultural event that brings different organizations and groups together to offer health screenings, mini informational and educational workshops, feature local businesses, community resources/services, children’s activities, music, games, food, giveaways and more.
AIDS Walk South Dallas
Mr. and Miss AIDS Walk South Dallas Pageant
Everett Clark Memorial Luncheon
Walgreens Scannable Campaign
North Texas Giving Day