“Your support means so much to all of us at the Foundation, our partners, and the vulnerable communities we serve who are at risk of HIV and stigmatised for who they are.”
Elton John, Founder
Ending the epidemic policy fellowship program
The Ending the Epidemic Policy Fellowship places recent graduates of master's degree programs in public health, public administration, public policy, and related fields or equivalent professional experience at Georgia Equality and partner organizations for a 6-month immersion into the policy-making process. Fellows apply their academic training, critical thinking, and analytical skills to support evidence informed decision-making that addresses HIV policy challenges within the city and state. Hosts gain valuable science-based knowledge and develop the strategic professional skill sets of participating fellows.