Ace Robinson

CAB Member

Ace Robinson, MPH, MHL is a leading administrative and policy HIV advocate and population health expert who serves NMAC as the Director of the Center to End the Epidemics. In addition, he cofounded the Avielle Foundation that combats violence through brain health research, community engagement and education. Ace also serves on the boards for the Economic & Policy Impact Center (EPIC SoCal) and the UCLA Center for HIV, Identification, and Prevention & Treatment Services (CHIPTS). Prior to joining NMAC, Ace served in senior leadership roles at Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) in New York City and the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation in Cape Town, South Africa. Robinson holds a Master of Healthcare Leadership from Brown University, a Master of Public Health