Nicole Roebuck

Nicole Roebuck Warner is the Executive Director of AID Atlanta, which is one of the largest AIDS Service Organizations in the Southeast region. She has been at AID Atlanta, Inc. for almost 19 years. Prior to being named the Executive Director in October 2015, she spent 13 of those years as the Director of Client Services providing leadership and oversight of the agency’s largest program, case management, the medical clinic, as well as mental health, housing, and other support service programs that now serve more than 5000 members annually. AID Atlanta provides comprehensive HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment services including HIV/STI screening and free treatment, free HIV medical care and treatment, case management, onsite pharmacy services, mental health care, and other outreach and prevention programs. Prior to her work at AID Atlanta, she held leadership positions at the Virgin Islands Department of Education’s State Office of Special Education, and at the Association to Benefit Children in New York City. In 2016 she was recognized as one of Atlanta’s Top 100 Black Women of Influence. She has served for 17 years as a member of the Ryan White Part A Atlanta Metropolitan Planning Council and is currently the Quality Management Committee Chair for the Ryan White Planning Council. Nicole is regarded highly in the Atlanta HIV community and is a strong advocate for people living with and at risk for HIV/AIDS. She also serves on the Ryan White Part A Comprehensive Planning Committee, the Ryan White Part B Case Management Committee, the Ryan White Part B Quality Management Committee, the Georgia Prevention and Care Council, and is an appointee to the Fulton County HIV/AIDS Advisory Committee. She served as a consulting faculty trainer at the South East AIDS Training and Education Center for several years. A trained social worker, Ms. Roebuck received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from New York University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Pace University in New York City. She lives in Conyers, Georgia, and is married with three children.


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