Send EmailDana Van GorderExecutive Director
As Executive Director, Dana oversees Project Inform’s programmatic goals of assisting in the development of treatments for HIV and hepatitis C, providing treatment information to individuals and providers, engaging in advocacy to meet the health care needs of low-income people, and advocating for bio-medical prevention strategies.
- Staff transitions at Project Inform
- Project Inform and California HIV Alliance denounces new DHHS “Conscience and Religious Freedom Division”
- 2017 IN REVIEW: Accomplishments and Unprecedented Challenges
- Project Inform thanks the supporters of 2017 Evening of Hope
- This is not a drill: Save the ACA and stop the tax reform proposal
Send EmailAnne DonnellyDirector of Health Care Policy
Anne heavily influences the implementation of the Affordable Care Act through her advocacy work at the California state and national levels, as it relates to supporting the needs of people living with HIV and hepatitis C.
- A community emergency approaches with the proposed Senate tax bill
- Project Inform Applauds California Lawmakers for Supporting HIV and Viral Hepatitis Services
- Project Inform continues HIV and HCV advocacy at the California state level
- Project Inform announces new 2016 Covered CA Plan Guide & Formulary analysis
- Project Inform Applauds California Lawmakers for Supporting Hepatitis C and HIV Services in the 2015-16 State Budget
Send EmailDavid EvansDirector of Research Advocacy
David follows bio-medical and implementation science related to HIV cure, bio-medical prevention, and enhanced treatment options for HIV in order to craft appropriate advocacy and policy strategies and speed the pace of research.
- New multi-stakeholder report released on public health and HIV sequence analysis
- Adopting the U=U message in all we do
- IAS 2017: Progress on PrEP, treatment as prevention, and HIV cure science
- CROI 2017: The best HIV cure will be built with us, not just for us
- CROI 2017: What’s Up with PrEP and STIs?
Send EmailEmalie HuriauxDirector of State and Federal Affairs
Emalie is primarily responsible for our hepatitis C policy related activities at the national level and in California. She also engages in national level issues related to HIV — with a particular emphasis on the future of the Ryan White Program in relation to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
- Project Inform’s rural opioid summit attracts providers from 26 counties
- Will the Right Approach to the US Opioid Emergency Prevail?
- July 28 is World Hepatitis Day: Eliminate Hepatitis
- Senate ACA Repeal Bill Would Yank Health Care from Tens of Millions
- President’s Vicious, Inhumane and Anti-Science Budget Threatens Our Progress Toward Eliminating HIV and Hepatitis C
Send EmailAlan McCordDirector of Education
Alan provides information to individuals and service providers on HIV health and wellness, including overseeing the HIV Health InfoLine, the HELP-4-HEP hepatitis C support line, and Project Inform’s range of educational publications.
- California Insurance Commissioner launches probe into life/disability insurance denials for people who take PrEP
- FDA approves new single tablet regimen for treating HIV, called Biktarvy
- Project Inform announces launch of new online PrEP resources for clinicians, support staff
- PleasePrEPMe.org, Project Inform launch Spanish edition of “Helping People Access PrEP” manual
- Project Inform receives $10,000 from the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation in partnership with Macy’s to support its PrEP education
Send EmailAndrew ReynoldsHepatitis C Education Manager
Andrew works on a range of HCV-related issues including writing fact sheets and health booklets, managing awareness and testing campaigns and working on viral hepatitis policy and advocacy issues.