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25th AIDS Walk Boston to Take Place Sunday, June 6, 2010
Date:5/22/2010

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  • Jeff Epperly, former editor of Bay Windows and former education director for AIDS Action Committee
  • Ralph Fuccillo, President, DentaQuest Foundation and former president of the AIDS Action Committee Board of Directors
  • Andrew Fullem, M.S.P.H., Director of John Snow, Inc.’s and World Education’s Center for HIV and AIDS, and former AIDS Action Committee board member
  • Richard Giglio, realtor with Keller Williams and former special events fundraiser, AIDS Action Committee
  • Robert Greenwald, Managing Director, Legal Services Center, Harvard Law School
  • Larry Killian, former finance director, AIDS Action Committee
  • Michael Melendez, Ph.D., M.S.W., Professor of Social Work, Simmons College
  • Mayor Thomas Menino
  • Stephen Mindich, Publisher and Chairman, Phoenix/Media Communications Group
  • David Mulligan, M.Ed, former Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health
  • Sr. Jeannette Normandin, founder of Ruah
  • Bernie Toale, cofounder of ARTcetera, and former AIDS Action Committee board member
  • Liz Page, founder, Liz Page Associates and director of the first five AIDS Walks
  • Phillip Robinson, Chair, Bayard Rustin Empowerment Scholarship, and former AIDS Action Committee board member
  • Bryan Rafanelli, founder, Rafanelli Events and special events fundraiser, AIDS Action Committee
  • Louise Rice, R.N., Director of Public Health Nursing for the city of Cambridge
  • Valerie Stone, M.D., M.P.H., Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Director of the Primary Care Residency Program at Massachusetts General Hospital, and AIDS Action Committee board member
  • Margaret Sullivan, former board member AIDS Action Committee and founder of “Everybody’s Business” fundraiser
  • Sunny Joe White, disc jockey, KISS 108 FM
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