Nancy Breuer has developed and delivered award-winning HIV education materials since 1986, and is still writing patient education materials for people living with HIV. She is the author of What About My Rights? Guidelines for Employers and Employees Living with HIV/AIDS, and has written extensively on living successfully with HIV. Ms. Breuer developed the workplace HIV/AIDS education course of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies in Geneva, Switzerland and served as project manager for the American National Red Cross workplace HIV/AIDS education course. She has developed instructional media and publications for corporate clients and AIDS service organizations around the country. Her company, Facilio LLC, offers curriculum design about health-related issues, especially HIV.
She served a two-year term on the Los Angeles County AIDS Commission and received the 1996 Spirit of Hope Award from Being Alive, a Los Angeles-based organization by and for people living with HIV and AIDS. She makes an addictive chocolate cake and is, of necessity, a runner.
B.A. Middlebury College (Vermont); M.A. Fuller Seminary, management and theology; Certificate in Management and Quality Improvement in Multicultural Work Environments, California State University at Fullerton.