Episode 16: Robert Davi
In this episode we have special guest Robert Davi, an American actor, singer, writer, and director who is currently starring in the new film, I Love Us. Thank you so much Robert for being part of our series and for your support!
Episode 15: Miss Conception
In this episode of Empowering Voices we have guest, Miss Conception. With a career spanning over twenty years, Kevin Levesque as Miss Conception, has been delighting audiences around the world with his unique style of female illusion. When not touring, Kevin Levesque donates his spare time participating in fundraising events and is a huge supporter of Until There's A Cure! Thank you for all of your support Kevin!
Episode 14: Taryn Manning
In this episode we have guest Taryn Manning, an American actress who is well known from the Netflix original series, Orange Is The New Black. Taryn has recently starred in two new films, The Gateway and Karen. Thank you so much for your support Taryn!
Episode 13: John Cunningham
In this episode of Empowering Voices we have guest John Cunningham who is the executive director for the National AIDS Memorial. Located in San Francisco, its mission, through the AIDS Memorial Grove, AIDS Quilt and inspiring programs, is to ensure that the lives of people who died from AIDS are not forgotten and that the story of AIDS is known by future generations. John’s passion for improving his own quality of life through service to his community has long been his guiding principle
Episode 12: Katie Cassidy
In this episode we have guest Katie Cassidy, an American actress from Los Angeles, CA and is currently starring in the new film, I Love Us. Thank you so much for your support Katie!
Episode 11: Cody McLean
In this episode of Empowering Voices we have guest Cody McLean, who graduated from the University of Alabama in 2018 and was an intern for Until There's A Cure in 2016 where he primarily focused on public relations and advocacy, specifically HIV and the South. Cody then moved from Alabama to California and now is a case manager at Life Moves!
Episode 10: Harlow Jane
In this episode we have guest Harlow Jane an American actress and daughter to Patricia Arquette. Harlow is also starring in the new film, I Love Us Thank you so much for your support Harlow . . . Until There's A Cure!
Episode 9: Luis Aceves
In this episode of Empowering Voices we have guest Luis Aceves, a published photographer, writer, stylist, and artist who is based in Atlanta, Georgia. Luis uses his Mexican heritage and queer identity to fuel his art. His work often takes stances on social and political issues.
Episode 8: Alexander Hernandez
In this episode we have guest Alexander Hernandez, a textile and mixed media artist in San Francisco, CA. Through stitching, his work explores intersectional identities rooted in immigrant experiences, gender expectations, HIV+ survival, and queer sensibilities. Alex is also an amazing intern and brand ambassador for UNTIL.
Episode 7: Cynthia Lee Fontaine
In this episode of Empowering Voices we have guest, Cynthia Lee Fontaine who is a a drag performer from Austin, Texas. Cynthia Lee was one of 12 contestants to compete on the eighth season of RuPaul's Drag Race, and finished in tenth place and was awarded the title of Miss Congeniality. Cynthia is also a huge advocate for HIV/AIDS and Until There's A Cure.
Episode 6: Ciarra Covin
In this episode we have guest Ciarra, “Ci Ci”, Covin, a mother, speaker, writer, and entrepreneur. Not only is Ci Ci a social media affiliate for UNTIL, but her work also includes sharing her personal experiences through her own blog, Healing Is Voluntary, as well as for the international platform The Well Project and their blog A Girl Like Me.
Episode 5: Bertha Fajardo
In this episode of Empowering Voices we have special guest Bertha Fajardo who has worked for the San Francisco Giants in community relations for over 20 years. Our organization has worked very closely with Bertha over the years as the San Francisco Giants are the first team in the MLB to host Until There's A Cure Day to bring awareness to HIV/AIDS and have been our partner for 28 years.
Episode 4: Masonia Traylor
In this episode we have guest Masonia Traylor, a mother, speaker, and an HIV/AIDS activist. Masonia has served as a youth representative for numerous AIDS Servicing Organizations and groups and has reached over 100,000 young people and millions of individuals around the world, empowering and educating them on HIV/AIDS.
Episode 3: Ben Needham-Wood
In this episode of Empowering Voices we have guest Ben Needham-Wood, an Emmy Award-winning choreographer based in San Francisco. His works have been presented nationally by professional companies, TV networks, commercial airlines, film festivals, and galas. Ben is the founder and director of Redirecting Dance and has been a part of various campaigns for UNTIL wearing The Bracelet.
Episode 2: Marco Mays
In this episode we have guest Marco Mays, a human rights advocate, author and model. Marco is the founder of M2 Cares, a humanitarian project created to promote healthy eating and living in small communities and an amazing brand ambassador for UNTIL.
Episode 1: Daequan Taylor
We picked Daequan Taylor, star of Netflix's Deaf U to be a part of our empowering voices series not only due to his willingness to raise awareness about our organization, but also for his courage to share his personal story about HIV/AIDS to the world.