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What’s your role at Mazzoni Center and how long have you been in it?

I started working at Mazzoni Center in January 2017, when I was hired as Event and Volunteer Manager.  My focus is on maintaining and growing relationships with donors, event committees, and folks in the community who fundraise for Mazzoni Center independently. I also coordinate logistics and communications related to Mazzoni Center's fundraising events.

Out of all the jobs out there why one at Mazzoni Center?

I’ve been aware of Mazzoni Center Read more...

Welcome to our new feature which highlights our employees and the great work they are doing both on and off the job. In our inaugural issue we talk to Eran Sargent who left Mazzoni Center in 2016 and recently returned.

Now that you’re back, what is your title and what is your role here at Mazzoni Center?

My title is Navigation Program Manager. In this role, I oversee two of our prevention programs, our navigation services (Club 1509) and our Linkage-to-Care program (ARTAS). These two programs are for HIV prevention. Linkage-to Care is for those Read more...

Ashley Coleman has been a fixture in the LGBTQ community in Philadelphia for many years. She has worked as an educator, a bartender in the Gayborhood, owns her own community forward Queer non-profit event company, and officiates weddings. On top of all that, she also joined Mazzoni about six months ago as the General Conference Coordinator for the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference (PTHC). The Philadelphia Trans Health Conference is the largest Read more...

CLEAR Program Coordinator Brian Taylor
For the past six months Brian Taylor has been coordinator of Mazzoni Center's CLEAR program (Choosing Life Empowerment Action Results), our one-on-one life skills counseling program for people living with HIV. Prior to this, Brian worked as an HIV/STI tester and counselor both for Mazzoni and other organizations. 
 
“One of my biggest drives for coming to Mazzoni was wanting to give back to the LGBT community and contribute to my community, and I thought that Read more...

Whether they are taking a patient’s medical history, recording their vital signs, or performing any number of administrative and clinical tasks, medical assistants (known as MAs) play a vital role in the delivery of care at Mazzoni Center Family & Community Medicine, our community medical practice located at 809 Locust Street.

MAs help set tone for each patient visit – greeting patients, making them feel comfortable, gathering essential information about the person’s history and what brought Read more...

Shanin Gross, DO
Mazzoni Center is pleased to welcome Shanin Gross, DO, to our clinical team at our family and community medical practice at 809 Locust Street.  Her official title will be Assistant Medical Director.  In addition to providing direct care for patients Dr. Gross will be engaged in teaching and pursuing research opportunities relating to the specific health concerns and experiences of LGBTQ populations we serve.
 
“In addition to her excellent professional qualifications, Dr. Gross brings a Read more...