our team

 

 
Executive Director

Executive Director

Brian Rogers, Phd

Brian has worked in HIV prevention and care for over six years. He received his PhD in Communication from the the University of Utah where he wrote his dissertation "Perceptions and Enacted Identities in the HIV Counseling Context."

Brian previously worked with the Utah AIDS Foundation as a Prevention Coordinator. As a Prevention Coordinator, Brian help educate at-risk populations about HIV, Hep C, and STIs. Additionally, he managed the testing and counseling program.

Brian also worked with the Utah Department of Health as the Linkage to Care Coordinator. In this capacity he strategized to increase viral suppression in the state through close collaboration with local health departments, nonmedical clinics, and medical care providers. Notably, Brian helped establish the Utah Syringe Exchange Network (USEN) and assisted in coordinating efforts to bring needle exchange to Utah.


OVR

One Voice Recovery

One Voice Recovery


Harm Reduction Specialist

Harm Reduction Specialist

Kenzie Stokes

Kenzie joined One Voice Recovery in November 2018 after attending a One Voice Recovery group while in treatment.  Kenzie is in recovery and believes in meeting people where they are.  She believes that people who use drugs are deserving of love and respect and strives to spread this belief through her work.  Kenzie leads One Voice Recovery’s night outreach efforts each week and serves populations that have been chronically stigmatized and neglected.  Kenzie is a certified Harm Reduction Specialist and HIV/HCV Testing Counselor.  In her spare time, Kenzie loves swimming, being outdoors, and spending time with her friends and family.

Emily Parker, B.S.,AEMT

Emily began her career in community outreach and health care through emergency medicine. For seven years, Emily has worked as an AEMT for several different ambulance services and at the University of Utah Hospital Emergency Department. Additionally, she taught as an adjunct instructor for both EMT and AEMT courses.

Emily became interested in community health and public health policy while completing her degree in Health Promotion and Education from the University of Utah. During this time, she also worked with Utah Naloxone’s overdose prevention and syringe exchange programs. Her focus is to provide culturally competent disease prevention services to diverse populations throughout Utah.

Disease Prevention and Care Coordinator

Disease Prevention and Care Coordinator


Health Educator / Testing and Prevention Counselor

Health Educator / Testing and Prevention Counselor

Catherine Matthews, B.S.

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