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Mark Misrok is a co-founder (in 2003) and President of the National Working Positive Coalition board of directors. He previously served as Director of Client Services and Community Programs, Employment Services, at Positive Resource Center (PRC) in San Francisco, working there from 1995 - 2007. Mark has been living with HIV for over 30 years, and began his own vocational rehabilitation activities with PRC first as a client and then as a volunteer in 1992. He served as a member of the San Francisco Mayor's Committee for Employment of Persons with Disabilities from 2001-2007, as a member of the New York Statewide AIDS Service Delivery Consortium (SASDC) from 2011-2014, as advisor on employment for the NY Governor’s Task Force on Ending the Epidemic in 2014-2015, and is currently a member of the NY State Peer Certification Steering Committee and the U.S. People Living with HIV Caucus Steering Committee.

Mark participated in the development of a suite of resources on HIV and employment for the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP), and the online training curriculum, Getting To Work, for HIV and housing services providers, for ODEP in partnership with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of HIV/AIDS Housing.

A resident of New York City since 2007, Mark provides education, training and technical assistance on employment issues, policies and program development for people living with or at greater risk for HIV.

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