Wanda Watts to be Honored at BMORENEWS' Global Forum on Women's Empowerment, 6.15.12
Wanda Watts has over 25 years of professional experience in marketing and sales and as a Community Advocate involving HIV/AIDS, Health disparities which impact the African American community and Senior issues.
Ms. Watts served as staff for the Baltimore City Council Commission on HIV/AIDS for 1 year and as staff for the Baltimore City Commission on HIV/AIDS for 7 years. Working with the Commissions helped bring attention to the staggering number of HIV/AIDS cases in Baltimore City. She was also the City-wide Project Manager for BET’s “Rap It Up” campaign at Morgan State University. Over 2500 middle and high school students and their parents attended the all-day session and BET complimented the program by running their “RAP IT UP” TV campaign on air for 3 months.
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While working with Mayor Sheila Dixons office she served as the City-wide coordinator for the Center for Disease Control Business/Labor Responds to AIDS. This initiative worked with local businesses and unions to bring about awareness of HIV/AIDS to their employees and their clients.
James Mosher Baseball's 52nd Annual Opening Day Parade Finale
Wanda Watts and Rondy Griffin bring it on home on this "Baltimore Classic" Read in Full >>