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Know your Madisonian: Dan Guinn Helps HIV-Positive People -- Wisconsin State Journal article

 

AIDS Network Appoints New Executive Director

The Board of Directors of AIDS Network, Inc. announced today the appointment of Daniel Guinn as its Executive Director. The nonprofit agency is the state designated AIDS Service Organization for southern Wisconsin, providing prevention and multiple care services.  "The AIDS Network Board of Directors appreciates Dan Guinn's vision and 11 years of service to the HIV community.  We are excited to work with him as we continue moving forward," said Mary Vasquez, President of the AIDS Network Board.  "After an extensive search and the consideration of many capable candidates, the Board is confident that he is best able to lead the organization and build on its quarter century of success in providing quality HIV/AIDS services in our community." Mr. Guinn's new position is effective immediately.

"AIDS Network will continue evolving to fight the HIV epidemic and increase medical and essential care services in southern Wisconsin," Guinn stated.  "We look forward to working with our patients, clients, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, and other partners throughout the state."

Mr. Guinn previously served as the AIDS Network's Director of Legal Services, advocating on behalf of low-income clients and increasing the agency's direct representation capacity.  Most recently as Director of Clients Services, Mr. Guinn guided the needed expansion of dental, mental health, and other services.  His relationship with AIDS Network began as a legal intern in 2001.  A graduate of the University of Tennessee (BA), University of Alabama (MA), and Valparaiso University School of Law (JD); he is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin and

the Dane County Bar Association.  Twice previously Mr. Guinn successfully served as the Interim Executive Director of AIDS Network and has extensive experience in both HIV/AIDS services and nonprofit management.  With a $2 million budget, AIDS Network has offices in Madison, Beloit and Janesville, a staff of 27 and provides case management, prevention, dental, legal and other critical services in 13 Wisconsin counties.