Carolyn D. Belton, MSHS
Carolyn D. Belton currently works as a Patient Care Manager at AIDS Healthcare Foundation providing psychosocial assessments and services to patients experiencing stressful life events in addition to their medical care. Carolyn has worked in the field of HIV care for five years and views it as her “passion population”. Carolyn has been involved in direct HIV outreach and spoken at community panels addressing HIV and health disparities in communities of color, with particular focus on women. Additionally Carolyn was a Project Facilitator on a NIH funded research study called FemAALES which focused on safer sex practices and overall esteem building for African American women in South Los Angeles. Carolyn holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology and a Master’s of Science degree in Human Services (MSHS) with a specialization in Multidisciplinary Human Services.