Michael Chancley Joins the PrEP4All Team
We are delighted to announce that Michael Chancley has joined PrEP4All’s staff as our first Communications Manager! Michael is a social worker, educator, writer, and HIV advocate who has many years of experience developing and implementing HIV prevention programs and social marketing for communities disproportionately impacted by the HIV epidemic, including Black queer men and transgender individuals, African-American and Latina women, and youth of color in The South. He is an HBCU graduate with a Bachelors in Sociology and Masters in Social Work, both from Southern University at New Orleans.
As Communications Manager for PrEP4All, Michael brings a wealth of experience in developing effective HIV prevention messaging and education tools. He is a Greater Than AIDS Ambassador appearing in the 2017 “Powered By PrEP” campaign and 2020 “Stay Connected, Stay Healthy” campaign, as well as the administrator of “PrEP Facts: Rethinking HIV Prevention and Sex”, a Facebook Group that provides PrEP education to over 20,000 PrEP users, navigators, advocates, and medical providers. He is also a contributing writer for The Body.
From 2018-2020, Michael was the Program Coordinator of Positive Impact Health Centers’ PrEP Clinic in Decatur, GA with over 800 active PrEP users. He has also served on Louisiana Office of Public Health’s MSM PrEP Advisory Board to develop PrEP awareness promotional materials and events for gay and bisexual men of color, and led CrescentCare Health Centers’ The Movement Project Community Advisory Board to develop a citywide campaign to bring awareness to PrEP and HIV Testing to young, Black queer men.