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Description: Carole Norman was working as a sexual health nurse with the San Diego County Department of Health Services when an increasing number of clients began showing symptoms of and asking questions about a new illness that was affecting their community. As she met more people suffering from AIDS and after losing patients, friends and loved ones her dedication to prevention and education grew. As president of the Black Nurses Association, she and other members of the BNA brought an AIDS education campaign to churches and other venues in the African American community. She has also led fundraising initiatives for San Diego’s Walk for Life(now AIDS Walk),  and continues to be a trusted expert in the community about HIV/AIDS. Although retired Carole continues to be involved with the BNA and volunteers at the Sharp Grossmont Senior Resource Center and is on the committee for the San Diego AIDS Memorial Fund.

Date: 2016-02-08