, while refusing to play a victim, presents the physical, psychological and social reality of living with HIV/AIDS.
story is one of love, faith and hope in the direst circumstances.
Separating disease fact from fiction, she
provides a rare view into an adverse world that must simultaneously be combated and embraced.
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Tags: AIDS, Catherine Wyatt-Morley, HIV, HIV Prevention, W.O.M.E.N., Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition, www.educatingwomen.org
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Catherine Wyatt-Morley Visits the Today Show
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W.O.M.E.N.'s founder and CEO, Catherine Wyatt-Morley is taking on the Big Apple!
is in town to receive the "Women Doing Good" award from SELF Magazine
While visiting NYC, Catherine
had the opportunity to sit down with Kathie Lee and Hoda Kobt of the Today Show to discuss "Women Doing Good" and her efforts to educate women about HIV/AIDS.
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Every year SELF Magazine honors Women Doing Good; honorees are real women doing real things to make a difference despite personal adversity.
The women honored have used action to heal and shift their energy into creating something positive and uplifting to benefit others.
Catherine Wyatt-Morley, Founder and CEO of Women On Maintaining Education and Nutrition, is among those being honored by SELF for her tireless efforts in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Tags: Catherine Wyatt-Morley, HIV/AIDS, mother, Tennessean, Voice of America
In 1994, after being diagnosed with HIV, Catherine Wyatt-Morley
was given 6 years to live.
Almost eighteen years later, she's
still fighting while also helping others along the way.
recently sat down with The Tennessean and Voice of America to discuss her
struggles, triumphs and what she
is doing to help others who are infected/affected by HIV/AIDS.