Angelina Namiba

Originally from Kenya, Angelina has over 24 years’ experience of working in the HIV sector on different initiatives ranging from providing one-to-one support, treatment advocacy, managing service delivery to facilitating, promoting and advocating for the involvement of women living with HIV in forming and informing local and national strategy and policy. A founder member of the 4M Network of Mentor Mothers living with HIV, Angelina also sits on various national and international advisory boards. These include, as a patron of the  National HIV Nurses Association, a lay member of the Women’s Network of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, a member of the organizing Committee of the International annual Women and HIV Workshop, has been a Community Representative for the British HIV Association, and is a Trustee of the National AIDS TrustSalamander Trust and SAFE Kenya. She has co-authored various articles in peer review journals and UNAIDS reports.