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living with HIV, their health care providers and caregivers. Our website
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basics of HIV/AIDS, its treatment, women-specific issues and much more.
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Our Team

A community begins with a common bond, a set of shared interests and
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Dawn Averitt, Founder and President of the Board

Dawn Averitt is the Founder and Chair of the Board of Directors for The
Well Project, a non-profit organization formed in 2002 to improve the lives
of women living with HIV and AIDS and change the course of the AIDS
pandemic through a comprehensive focus on treatment and prevention for
women. Dawn was diagnosed with HIV in 1988 at age 19 and has since become
one of the nation’s most prominent HIV and AIDS advocates as well as an
accomplished speaker and published writer on women’s health issues. As
the founder of the Women’s Research Initiative on HIV/AIDS (WRI), Dawn

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