Luis Scaccabarrozzi, MPH
Vice-President and Senior Director of Health Policy and Advocacy
Latino Commission on AIDS

Luis is originally from Peru where he had the chance of start his work in Public Health serving as a volunteer community educator and research recruiter for Movimiento Homosexual de Lima as the HIV epidemic began to impact gay/bi men and trans women in Peru. He also participated in public health campaigns related to Child Nutrition and Vaccination, Planned Parenthood and Sexual Health Education through the Public Health Department at Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos.

In the U.S., he has worked at community based organizations in Chicago, New Jersey and New York, as well as having had the opportunity to work within health departments and private health centers. In his current role as Vice President and Senior Director of Health Policy & Advocacy at the Latino Commission on AIDS he leads the policy, communications and community mobilization initiatives at the city, state and federal level, having worked closed with initiatives related to Ending the AIDS Epidemic in NY by 2020 and Act Now: End AIDS Coalition. He also works on some of the Commission’s social messaging, organizational development and research focused initiatives with Latino older adults living with HIV (Olvidados), PrEP, and Gay/Bi Men’s related research.