Canadian Positive People Network (CPPN)
Réseau canadien des personnes séropositives (RCPS)
Co-Chair of the Board of Directors
Designated Communities Director: people who identify as women or girls
Brittany Cameron is a 34-year-old woman living with HIV for over a decade. Living in isolation, Brittany made a commitment to herself and others living with HIV when she decided to focus her career in AIDS work and advocacy. Brittany is a graduate of the Positive Leadership Development Institute (PLDI), a member of the Turning to One Another Network (TTOA); a former women’s representative on the Provincial Women and HIV Initiative (WHAI), Ontario Women’s Working Group, and is a member of the Canadian #UequalsU steering committee. In addition to her unpaid sector work Brittany currently works at PARN – Your Community AIDS Resource Network as Peer, Volunteer and Student Engagement Program Coordinator. In that role Brittany works with people living with HIV in order to assist them as they build their skills and capacity to facilitate programs, while also creating events and conferences in order to educate and strengthen the community. Brittany comes to us with a background in social work and community mobilization. Her values are to engage, enable and empower people living with HIV locally and beyond to find their passion and become active agents of change in their lives and the lives of others.