Terri Wilder is an activist, HIV/AIDS advocate, and social worker who has worked in HIV patient services for over twenty years. She is a native of Georgia who received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Georgia State University in 2010. While a doctoral student, Wilder served as the Chair of the Global Campaign for Microbicides and volunteered with the Hope Clinic at Emory University. She has also given presentations at both local and national conferences on HIV/AIDS, lobbied on behalf of persons living with HIV/AIDS in Georgia as well as Washington, D.C., and published articles on HIV/AIDS.
The Terri Wilder papers, circa 1996-2007, focus on Wilder's efforts as an advocate for people living with HIV/AIDS. The printed materials are arranged alphabetically and consist primarily of educational literature produced by organizations with which Wilder has worked. Organizations include: ACT-UP, the Global Campaign for Microbicides, and the Hope Clinic at Emory University. The papers include: fliers, pamphlets, reports, artifacts and one DVD.
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM) awarded a grant to Georgia State University Library to digitize the Terri Wilder papers and make them available online. The records are part of Georgia State University Library’s Archives for Research on Women and Gender.
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