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Pangaea Global AIDS Foundation - Senior Staff and Consultants
Michael Iskowitz is an attorney, clinical psychologist and policy/strategy/public relations specialist who has been engaged in the fight against AIDS for more than 20 years.
Prior to joining Pangaea as a Senior Policy and Program Consultant, Mr. Iskowitz was the Director of UNAIDS/USA.
He is the co-founder of the International AIDS Trust (IAT), a US non-profit organization created to mobilize the will, funding and action needed to effectively fight AIDS worldwide.
He served for four years as Senior Policy Advisor to the White House Office of National AIDS Policy during the Clinton Administration, where he helped to enhance the US government's response to the global epidemic.
In addition, Mr. Iskowitz served for a decade as Chief Counsel on Poverty, Disability and Family Policy to Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Chairman of the US Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources.
Director of Policy and Planning at International AIDS Trust, Michael Iskowitz said Prime Minister Douglas' extraordinary leadership in the battle against AIDS is well known and sincerely appreciated."His remarks and facilitation at the UN Special Session on AIDS last year were an inspiration.We know that Prime Minister Douglas' participation in this important session would make a world of difference," said Iskowitz.
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Milestones of Progress
• Welcome Judy Maloney and her fellow Founding Partners Tim Maloney, Jane Perini, Wib Middleton and Michael Iskowitz who have created an International Cities of Peace organization in greater Sedona, Arizona, U.S.A.
John succeeds Michael ...
John succeeds Michael Iskowitz, who has led the UNAIDS Washington, DC office since its inception in 2003.