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Channing Wickham serves as the Executive Director of the Washington AIDS Partnership. He oversees all aspects of the Partnership, including fundraising, grantmaking, program planning, and technical assistance. He has extensive experience in nonprofit management and HIV, including as a trainer/consultant to both nonprofit agencies and corporations. Currently, Channing serves as the Board Chair of Funders Concerned About AIDS, and is the past chair of the District of Columbia’s CDC HIV Prevention Community Planning Group. Previously, he was the Executive Director of the D.C. Hotline, an organization dedicated to fighting suicide and child abuse and neglect.
In his spare time, Channing is an avid tennis player, and volunteers with Lucky Dog Animal Rescue.
Senior Program Officer
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Jenn is responsible for managing the Washington AIDS Partnership’s programs, grantmaking, fundraising, and other core activities. Jenn graduated from the George Washington University with a bachelor’s degree in international affairs and a master’s degree in public health. Before the Washington AIDS Partnership, Jenn worked with several nonprofits, focusing on membership services, fundraising, and research.
Jenn loves to run and cook, especially Portuguese food.
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Joe joined the Washington AIDS Partnership in June 2018. As the Program Associate, he assists with grantmaking, fundraising, and other programmatic activities. Originally from northern New Jersey, Joe graduated from Georgetown University in 2016 with bachelors’ degrees in applied math and creative writing. Before joining the Washington AIDS Partnership, Joe served as a Health Corps member here in Washington, DC, working at Joseph’s House, a hospice and respite home for folks with late-stage AIDS and cancer.
PrEP for Women Program Manager
Ashlee joined the Washington AIDS Partnership in July 2016. As the PrEP for Women Project Coordinator, she manages the Washington AIDS Partnership’s PrEP for Women initiative which aims to increase the knowledge and utilization of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) among women of color in Washington, D.C. Her activities focus on PrEP grantmaking, education, and community outreach. Ashlee graduated from Vanderbilt University in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in medicine, health, and society. She also obtained a master’s degree in public health from the Milken Institute School of Public Health in 2014.
In her free time, Ashlee enjoys listening to podcasts. Her favorites include Serial, Call Your Girlfriend, and The Read. Her other hobbies include cooking, reading, and traveling with friends.