Cheryl Potts has nearly 15 years of experience working in HIV/AIDS program planning and implementation, including employment-based programs for people living with HIV/AIDS. Currently, Cheryl serves as the Executive Director for the Alexian Brothers AIDS Ministry (ABAM), which provides housing and supportive services to homeless individuals living with HIV/AIDS. Previous to that, she managed the iFOUR Employment Program and Sweet Miss Giving’s, a social enterprise that also serves as a transitional jobs program for people living with HIV/AIDS. In addition to her work at ABAM and as a board member of NWPC, Cheryl consulted on the development of the CDC-funded Enhanced Comprehensive HIV Prevention Planning and Implementation for Metropolitan Statistical Areas Most Affected by HIV/AIDS (ECHHP) project (aka the “12 Cities Project”) for Chicago and serves as a committee member of the HIV/AIDS Clinical Quality Management Advisory Council (CQMAC) of the Chicago Department of Public Health. Cheryl also has served a consultant for many regions of the United States in the development of medical case management standards of care and training in the areas of adherence, case planning, and care coordination.