RON ROSENES - HONOURARY DOCTORATE FROM CARLETON UNIVERSITY
Toronto, JUNE 11 - The Canadian Treatment Action Council (CTAC) is honoured
to have Ron as a member of our organization, and would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations on his significant achievement of
being awarded an Honourary Doctorate from Carleton University, conferred on June 5, 2012.
Ron Rosenes has been living with HIV for over 30 years and became an active volunteer member of the HIV/AIDS community in Toronto in 1991.
He chaired the AIDS Walk in the early 1990s, and then served as Board Chair of the AIDS Committee of Toronto from 1995 to 1998. In September
of 1999, he was appointed ACT's first Honorary Director. Ron is a long time member of AIDS ACTION NOW! He is a founding Board Member of
the Sherbourne Health Centre, a primary care clinic serving the needs of a downtown inner city community. Ron served as a member of
the Steering Committee of the Canada AIDS Russia Project in 2000. Ron was a founding Board Member and Vice Chair of AIDS2006
Toronto Local Host. He has served as the Community Activist Liaison at every IAS Conference since Toronto. He is Community
Chair of the Scientific Review Committee at the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) and a member of the Research Policy
and Priorities Advisory Committee (RPPAC). He also sits on the Community Advisory Committee of the CIHR Canadian
Trials Network and was recently appointed to the CIHR HIV/AIDS Research Advisory Committee (CHARAC). Ron holds
an appointment to the Ontario Advisory Committee on HIV/AIDS to the Ontario Minister of Health. Ron recently
stepped down after 14 years as Vice Chair of CTAC, one of the national NGOs working on access to therapies
for people with HIV/AIDS or co-infected with Hepatitis C. Ron is currently a consultant with
Ontario Organizational Development Program (OODP) working to build organizational health
and excellence among Ontario-based ASOs.
On behalf of our membership, Board, Council & Staff we congratulate you for your continuing support and commitment to
the HIV/AIDS sector and the work of CTAC.
Akim Adé Larcher
Akim Adé Larcher
For more information please contact: Akim Adé Larcher, +1 416-268-1622, email@example.com
The Canadian Treatment Action Council (CTAC) works to secure and ensure access to therapies, treatments and care for people living with HIV/AIDS,
including those who are co-infected, by working with the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. For more information on CTAC's mandate,
mission and work please visit www.ctac.ca .
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