The National Native American AIDS Prevention Center (NNAAPC) is proud to have a staff of highly qualified professionals who are committed to helping fulfill our mission of addressing the impact of HIV/AIDS in the Native community.
To learn more about a staff member, click on his or her name in the list below:
Director of Finance
(L-R) Alvin Chee, Michaela Grey, and Matt Padilla
Manager of Programs
Michaela Grey is a Capacity Building Assistance Specialist with National Native American AIDS Prevention Center (NNAAPC) with tremendous experience in Clinical Trial Research. For the last 10 years, she worked various capacities in the University of New Mexico research programs. She spent 5 years as a research technician in the UNM Department of Cell Biology and Physiology; whose principal focus was on mammary gland cancer. And most recently, she was a research coordinator with UNM Cancer Center Clinical Trials Office. Her responsibility, as research coordinator, was to enroll patients to supportive care cancer clinical trials abiding with HIPPAA and UNM standard operating procedures.
Michaela received her Bachelor's Degree in Biology from Trinity Christian College, Palos heights, IL in 1999. In 2005, she completed her Master's in Public Health at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.
Prior to her graduate work, Michaela was a HIV/AIDS Prevention Peer Education Coordinator with the All Indian Pueblo Council, Inc. She was active on the New Mexico Governor's Task Force on AIDS and with the Region VII Community Planning Group of New Mexico.
Michaela returns to HIV/AIDS work with tremendous skills from the University research setting and personal motivation to increase community awareness of HIV/AIDS and the potential for a cure.
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