HIV Project Director
Jeremiah Johnson is TAG’s HIV Project Director, overseeing the organization’s advocacy to end HIV as an epidemic in the U.S. through increased investment in research for—and access to—better treatments, prevention, a cure, and a vaccine for HIV. In 2013 Jeremiah joined TAG as the organization’s first HIV Prevention Research and Policy Coordinator, stepping into his current role in 2018.
Prior to his time at TAG he received his master’s in public health from Columbia University, interned in the UNAIDS New York office, and worked as a case manager and prevention specialist at the Northern Colorado AIDS Project. Diagnosed with the virus himself while serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ukraine in 2008, he is committed to expanding advocacy led by people living with HIV and members of communities most impacted by the virus.