Lisa Diane White, MPH
As the Deputy Director of SisterLove, Inc., (SLI) Lisa Diane oversees the day to day global operations in the areas of administration, education, prevention, and all programs supporting the needs of those at risk for HIV/AIDS and other reproductive health issues. Joining SLI 14 years ago, Lisa Diane has an impressive 28 years of experience in Black Women’s Health issues under her belt- which includes advocating for their inclusion in community based participatory research.
Africa began her journey with SisterLove, Inc. (SLI) in 2018 as a peer specialist for the HEAP Team. She works diligently to connect women to care, assist women and children with maintaining care, and reconnect those women who have been out of care for an extensive period of time through the ‘It’s All About You’ program. She also links clients with patient navigator services throughout the Grady Ponce de Leon Center Medical Facility.
LaKeisha Coach, MPH Health Education AND PREVENTION Program (HEAP) Manager
LaKeisha Coach is currently the Program Manager for HEAP at SisterLove, Inc. where she oversees all HIV and STI testing. She is a graduate of the University of Alabama in Huntsville where she received her Bachelor’s in Biology. She recently received her Master of Public Health from Walden University in 2013 and is currently pursuing a Master’s of Science in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Counseling.
Director of policy and advocacy program (PAP)
Co-Principal investigator, gama project
Sequoia Ayala, JD, MA is Policy Counsel and Policy and Advocacy Program Manager at SisterLove, Inc. Sequoia graduated from the American University Washington College of Law and School of International Service, as a dual JD/MA recipient, where she also completed her Master’s degree in International Development with a concentration in development management.
Tiffany Pennick, MPH
Development Coordinator; Consultant
Tiffany Pennick, MPH is Development Coordinator for SisterLove, Inc. She is a graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana and received her Master of Public Health from Tulane University in 2002.
Antoinette Jones joined SisterLove, Inc. in April of 2018 as a Peer Navigator facilitating access to preventative care and treatment for people living with and at risk for HIV. Antoinette was born positive and was adopted as a baby. Growing up in a serodiscordant family, she often felt alone as a child and without much social support until the age of 18.
communications director; Spokesperson
As the Communications Manager for SisterLove Inc., Sybil serves as spokeswoman and is responsible for developing and implementing a strategic vision to guide communications’ work that is interconnected with SisterLove Inc.'s mission, vision and values.
Bethanie lived and graduated from high school in Brussels, Belgium. She earned her Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) in Accounting from Georgia State University (GSU) Robinson School of Business in December of 2008. After graduation, Bethanie continued her education at GSU at Robinson School of Business where she earned her Master of Taxation (MTax) in 2010.
HIV Prevention Specialist
As a HIV Prevention Specialist since 2013, Phyllis provides counseling, rapid HIV testing and referral services according to SisterLove, Inc.’s (SLI) Testing, Counseling and Linkage to Care protocol. She also performs screenings for Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) and individual prevention counseling.
Coordinator of Outreach
Damaris began her journey with SisterLove, Inc. almost ten years ago as a Project Recruiter for the HIV Prevention Trials Network Study HPTN 064 ISIS Project--a women's HIV SeroIncidence clinical study and collaborative project with Emory’s Hope Clinic. Currently, she is the Coordinator of Outreach for SLI.
Zainab Jah, MPH
Project Director, GAMA Project
Zainab is the Research Project Director for the GAMA Project: Exploring Barriers to Medication Abortion Access for Black and Latinx Women in Georgia. Zainab received her Bachelors in Psychology from Emory University and her Masters in Public Health specializing in Health Education and Mental Health from Rollins School of Public Health.
Tamika English serves as Operations Manager for SisterLove, Inc. Her primary duties include but are not
limited to executive level administrative support, process and systems improvement, facilities
management, special events planning, communications and community relations support as well as
general staff support.
youth engagement coordinator
Originally, from Saint Louis, MO, Nzingha is an Atlanta transplant who recently completed her Master of Public Health degree at Morehouse School of Medicine with an emphasis in global health, health communications, and reproductive health.
SIsterlove, Inc South Africa
Nontyatyambo has been openly living with HIV for the past ten years and endured many challenges on different levels as a young woman. Nontyatyambo joined Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) to educate communities who were clearly suffering from lack of knowledge about HIV and AIDS. This is where she cut her teeth on community mobilization which includes community dialogues and education sessions at local clinics.
SIsterlove, Inc South Africa
Nomsa brings over 8 years of expertise in office administration and management, financial management, program coordination and clerical support in both private and public sectors. She is highly focused with comprehensive knowledge and understanding of various roles including procurement, travel & logistics, human resources, finance, customer service and training facilitation.
SIsterlove, Inc South Africa
Esihle brings her life experience to the NGO sector to work with Adolescent Girls and Young Women in the HIV field; to educate, motivate and inspire them. Working for SisterLove is Esihle’s first, first experience in the NGO sector.
John W. Crawford
Executive Finance Director
John Crawford has extensive experience and a wide range of leadership and management in finance. In the role of Chief Financial Officer, he serves as financial advisor to the executive team, provides executives with accurate financial statements, ongoing cash flow projections, oversight over accounting and finance operations, as well as design and maintenance of the financial reporting structures.
JAcqueline tosto, JD
If/When/How Law and Policy Fellow
Jacqueline Tosto (Boston University School of Law ’19) was an active member the law school’s public interest community. She was a student attorney in the International Human Rights Clinic, where she worked with non-governmental organizations on human rights abuses in Tibet, and also traveled to Geneva to meet with special rapporteurs to discuss said abuses committed by the Chinese government..