Global Health Advocate Focused on Reducing the Impact of Infectious Diseases on Marginalised Populations
Ace Robinson is a HIV Commissioner for South Los Angeles in the USA in addition to a Board Director of the Avielle Foundation in the USA wherein he combats violence through brain health research. He also supports the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation in Cape Town, South Africa that is a leading global entity focused on the eradication of AIDS and reduction of HIV.
Robinson holds a Master of Public Health with a concentration in International Health Promotion and a focus in Communicable Disease from the University of Cape Town, in addition to a Bachelor of Chemistry from Duke University in the USA. He is currently completing his Master of Healthcare Leadership from Brown University in the USA.