Malcolm Reid has been working with THRIVE SS to support black men living with HIV for the last 4 years. He is the founder and Program Manager of the Silver Lining Project, and co author of the Silver Skills Curriculum, an intervention designed to support and assist black gay men over the age of 50 living with HIV to deal with the effects of Aging with HIV, as well as PTSD, Trauma, Loss and Stigma while living with HIV. In this role he represents THRIVE Support Services on the SAGE’s HIV and Aging Policy Action Committee.
Malcolm is also very passionate about Policy. He is the co-founder and co-director of PASAN, the Political and Social Action Network. He represents THRIVE SS on the USPLHIV Caucus Steering Committee, where he is co-chair of the Federal Policy sub committee. He also represents County district 2 on the Fulton County HIV/AIDS Care Prevention and Policy Advisory Committee