Karmanos Cancer Institute's Black Men's Cancer Action Council Member, SAGE Metro Detroit
Cornelius Wilson, DHD/HAPI Housing Program Lead Housing Coordinator; Cornelius has an extensive 25+ year background working in the field of human services. He has held the position of Founder and Executive Director for a local HIV/AIDS advocacy and service organization (Men of Color Motivational Group); served as Project Director with Travelers Aid Society of Detroit, a case management and supportive housing agency; as Senior Case Manager with Target Population Services (TaPS, Inc.) for persons in recovery seeking recovery support services, and as the Program Director for Guiding Light Sober Living, Inc., an agency established to provide for the special needs of housing and recovery management as well as supportive services for men living with and/or at high risk for contracting HIV. Mr. Wilson earned an Associate’s degree in Business Administration from the Detroit Business Institute, he currently serves as Board member on the Detroit planning body for the Southeast Michigan HIV/AIDS Council (SEMHAC) and is the finance committee co-chair; he sits on the board of SAGE Metro Detroit as board treasurer, and is currently the Program Committee Chairman which includes planning the Annual LGBT Older Adult Summit.
Cornelius is speaking at
DocumentsCommunity-Driven Health Campaigns to Improve Reach and Impact of COVID-19 Messaging Our Communities’ Questions about Cancer and COVID-19 Reaching Out by Telephone to Reduce Isolation: Healthier Black Elders Center Mobile Testing & Navigating COVID Legal and Ethical Implications of SARS-CoV-2 Monitoring Detroit Trauma Project: Characterizing Social Support While Under COVID-19 Social Distancing The G.O.A.L.S. ProgramA Social Innovation Fund Initiative by United Way for Southeastern Michigan
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