Dalton Savwoir, Jr.
Planning Council Program Manager

Dalton Savwoir, Jr. NORAPC’s is the new Planning Council Program Manager. Mr. Savwoir has 30 years of experience in health systems management and served as a Regional Epidemiologist with the LA Department of Health. He is very knowledgeable about the needs of Persons Living with HIV, particularly those of the elderly. He maintains licensure as a Nursing Home Administrator in Louisiana and has worked as a Nursing Home Administrator at several local facilities.

 

He will ensure that the voice of the community is an integral part of the work of NORAPC. Mr. Savwoir’s education and experience will bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the New Orleans Regional AIDS Planning Council as we enter the new program year. Mr. Savwoir has a bachelor’s degree from Lake Forest College and a master’s degree from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in epidemiology.

Gregory Howell, III
Planning Council Coordinator

Gregory holds a Bachelor’s of Science from Xavier University and a Master’s degree from Belhaven College. Gregory shares his wealth of talents with the community which were based on a diverse professional career. He has over fifteen years of experience in providing support in high-pressure and deadline-driven environments.  Gregory is most passionate about serving the needs of People Living with HIV, especially people who were released from incarceration, people who are living with hepatitis C and individuals for whom PrEP may be the best prevention option.

Tori Tully
Planning and Engagement Coordinator

Tori is a returning staff member, and she is a planning and engagement coordinator for the Fast-Track Cities Initiative. Before joining NORAPC, she worked as a research assistant at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, focusing on school-based adolescent mental health interventions. Raised in Baltimore’s suburbs, Tori earned dual undergraduate degrees in Global Health & Development and Medical Anthropology at the University of Maryland, College Park. In her university years, she gained new skills and experience while interning at the Army Public Health Center and the CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health and studying abroad in India and Haiti. Tori looks forward to engaging with the New Orleans community and improving health equity for PLWH.

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