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This profile was last updated on 11/5/14  and contains information from public web pages.

Co-Founder and Executive Director

The Afiya Center HIV Prevention & Sexual Reproductive Justice
Local Address: Dallas, Texas, United States
Company Description: The Afiya Center is a relatively new organization and before it was actually formed we knew that we wanted an organization that would be committed to the lives of...   more

Employment History

  • Head
    The Afiya Center
  • Southwest Regional Co-Chair
  • Co-Founder and Executive Director Graduate
    Black AIDS Institute's African American HIV University 07

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • National Secretary
  • Founder
  • Member
    Dallas Ryan White Planning Council Committee
  • Member
    various committee


  • Black AIDS Institute's African American HIV University
  • Bachelor's Degree , Psychology
    Tynsdale Theology School
53 Total References
Web References
2:15 pm - Healthy Women - ..., 5 Nov 2014 [cached]
2:15 pm - Healthy Women - Healthy Future: Kelly Hart, Senior Director of Government Relations and Public Policy, Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas; Marsha Jones, Co-Founder & Executive Director of The Afiya Center and Lauren McDonald, M.D., former high-profile chair of Parkland's governing board
"We have a whole community of ..., 23 April 2014 [cached]
"We have a whole community of black men out there who are HIV positive, who are heterosexual, and nobody is talking to them," said Marsha Jones, head of the Afiya Center, an HIV prevention center in south Dallas.
Jones went on to say that Dallas has, "an entire community of men, HIV positive men, heterosexual, and they're under the radar.
Campaign to End AIDS, 3 Dec 2013 [cached]
Marsha Jones, Co-Chair of the C2EA Southwest Region, shared that "it went great! The young ladies were very inspired. They spoke with state representatives' aides, and in one meeting with Ted Cruz's staff they refused to be sold on his stance, asking him repeatedly that if the Senator had a better plan for the state, then why is Texas still suffering? What will happen to them next year when they are no longer on their moms' Medicaid program, covered as dependents under parents' insurance options? Making Capital Hill visits to speak with Texas lawmakers was especially important to these women who are particularly concerned about the impact of punitive laws (or missed opportunities, like Medicaid expansion) that reduce women's access to reproductive health services.
It was a successful visit and Marsha left impressed with this passionate group of young advocates who are already ready to come back until they know they've been heard.
Campaign to End AIDS, 9 Sept 2012 [cached]
Marsha Jones National Secretary - C2EA 214-753-3777
The Afiya Center HIV Prevention & Sexual Reproductive Justice - Speakers Bureau, 13 Oct 2013 [cached]
Marsha Jones lives in Dallas, TX is co-founder and Executive Director of The Afiya Center HIV Prevention & Sexual Reproductive Justice; she also founded Sister's Strategically Mobilized Around Reproductive Justice Together (Ssmart), and Another Chance Ministries. Marsha is a professional speaker and she's most proficient in topics around engendering empowerment, self sufficiency, and self-values among women specifically women of color. She's trained in various group and individual level behavioral modification interventions. She's a graduate of the Black AIDS Institute's African American HIV University, Tynsdale Theology School and currently working to obtain her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. Marsha is very active within the community currently serving as National Secretary Campaign to End AIDS, member of the Dallas Ryan White Planning Council and various committees within council. Drawing on more than 10 years experience in HIV/AIDS arena she organizes and mobilizes communities to advocate to improve address homelessness, poverty and people living with HIV specifically women of color. Marsha's available to aide organizations in increasing their capacity in the following areas cultural diversity, HIV 101, HIV Workplace, Curriculum Development, Behavioral Change, Peer Educator Developing, and group facilitating.
Marsha can be contacted at endaidsnow@gmail,,
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