Welcome to Our Event

World AIDS Day takes place on December 1 each year. It is a chance for people all over the globe to come together in the fight against HIV, to show support for people living withHIV, and to honor those who have died from an AIDS-related illness.

Each year, the Volusia & Flagler World AIDS Day Planning Committee strives to commemorate the day with special services and events dedicated for this purpose.

While the world navigates the daily challenges of the additional pandemic of COVID-19, we solidified our commitment to our community. We have banned together to face those challenges to bring you this year’s “World AIDS Day … In a Virtual World.”  



3 Days of

Meet Our Team

Tomas Greiner

Tomas has been a Medical PeerNavigator for 4 years and during that time he has served as Chairman of the Board at the local Consortium PCHAP (Partnership for Comprehensive HIV/AIDSPlanning) for 3 years and as a Patient Care Representative for the state of Florida on FCPN (Florida Comprehensive Planning Network).

His extreme passion and determination for the best medical care for those PLWHA continues to drive him to advocate in any way possible. He has served as a member of the World AIDS Day Committee for the past 3 years and has been excited to see the growth and strength of this event.

Michael Hall

Michael is a Prevention Specialist serving the residents of Volusia and Flagler Counties. He is currently Chairman of the local Partnership for Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Planning (PCHAP) and is the State Prevention Representative for Area 12 for the Florida Comprehensive Planning Network (FCPN).

This is his second year being involved with the planning of the Volusia/Flagler World AIDS Day events and his first year serving as Chair of the World AIDS Day Planning Committee. Michael works to provide the absolute best resources and linkage to care for people currently living with HIV.

Additionally, Michael is committed to the goals set in the United States for “Ending the HIV Epidemic”, a new initiative to reduce the number of new HIV transmissions by 75% in the next five years (2025) and by 90% in the next 10 years (2030).  

Cynthia Ross

Cynthia is a life long resident of Volusia County and serves as the Area 12 Ryan White Program Manager. She has been with the Department of Health for the past 10 years; starting with the Woman, Infant and Children (WIC) program and moving on to the HIV department in 2016.

Since joining the program, she has served as a member of the local consortium, PCHAP (Partnership for Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Planning), and the World AIDS Day committee. Cynthia strives to ensure all individuals participating in the Ryan White program are provided access to excellent care.

Evlyn Samuel

Evlyn serves as an AmeriCorps National Health Corps Florida member, a PrEP Outreach Coordinator for CAN Community Health, and is serving her first year on the Volusia/Flagler County World AIDS Day committee. With her public health and human biology foundation from Cornell University, her work has largely focused on with disease prevention among vulnerable populations, in the United States and Latin America, who often experience poorer health outcomes due to inequities in systemic structures.

Through community based participatory approaches with diverse populations affected by or living with HIV/AIDS, she strives to minimize health disparities that disproportionately affect people of color.

Marvin Hall

Marvin Hall has been employed by the Florida Department ofHealth since 2013. He serves as the Regional Linkage and Retention Coordinator, Certified HIV Counselor and Tester, HIV Jail Linkage Program Coordinator forVolusia County, Certified Disease Intervention Specialist, and Lead Worker for the HIV Prevention Team.

He was born in Chicago, IL and is proud to be of Jamaican decent. In 2008, he graduated from Northern Caribbean University in Jamaica with a Bachelor of Business Management. Marvin later moved to Florida, got married, and has a daughter. He is of Christian faith and believes in working smarter not harder. He enjoys spending time with his family and officiating the sport of basketball.

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