Ace Robinson is a leading HIV advocate and population health expert residing in Long Beach, California, USA in addition to being a Board Director of the Avielle Foundation in the USA where he combats violence through brain health research. Currently, Robinson serves as the HIV Commissioner for the South LA/Long Beach region where he chairs and co-chairs the Long Beach HIV Planning Body’s Public Policy committee and the Los Angeles County HIV Commission’s Standards & Best Practices committee respectively. He supports the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation in Cape Town, South Africa that is a leading global entity focused on the eradication of AIDS and reduction of HIV. Robinson holds a Master of Public Health with a concentration in International Health Promotion and a focus in Communicable Disease from the University of Cape Town, in addition to a Bachelor of Chemistry from Duke University in the USA. He is currently completing his Master of Health Administration from Brown University in the USA with a thesis on improved HIV biomedical prevention & treatment access for Black/Latinx gay/bi/SGL men and transgender women.