Chioma Nnaji, MPH, MEd is a longtime community health activist in the Greater Boston area. Currently, Ms. Nnaji is the Program Director at the Multicultural AIDS Coalition (MAC) in Boston, the largest AIDS serving organization in New England exclusively dedicated to mobilizing communities of color to end the HIV epidemic. In her work, she organizes communities of color to address root causes underlying the epidemic, develops programs and interventions for people living with and impacted by HIV/AIDS, advocates for policy changes, applies anti-racist and cultural competency frameworks to training public health and clinical professionals, and establishes community-academic research projects that are “for, by and with” the people most impacted by inequities.