“Saving lives and empowering people affected by HIV/AIDS and related challenges,” is TPAN’s stated mission.
Promote the value and importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout—and within—all levels of TPAN.
- Promote mutual respect and openness—as individuals and as an organization—among each other, with TPAN clients, stakeholders and all whom we encounter.
- Help foster an environment in which all individuals are treated equitably and with respect.
- Develop strategies, policies, and practices that promote and guide equity throughout TPAN.
- Create a framework for professional growth of TPAN staff—for both employee and supervisor—paving a pathway for opportunity and advancement.
Our work must recognize, uplift, and celebrate diversity in all its forms of identity. We must solicit inclusion, and foster and create equity. We must be guided by a respect for our shared humanity and the uniqueness of each individual.
These values are universal and mutual. This is an invitation to everyone, to contribute to the common good, to the dignity of each person, and to the mission of TPAN.
Pictured above: Left to Right: Fonzy Trevino, Leigh Ferguson, Mike Jeske, Beverly Brock, Adrienne Pierce, Jeffrey Pulliman, Yamari Lewis, Rick Guasco.