Giovanni N. Dortch is an activist scholar based in Memphis, Tennessee. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Sociology, and has taught Gender Studies and Women’s Studies at the University of Memphis and Rhodes College.
She has written policy plans, lobbied Congress and Tennessee state representatives to pass legislation and policies protecting women's health, is a certified HIV counselor and tester in the State of Tennessee, and facilitates trauma informed trainings to address health disparities among black women. She has also created culturally competent health literature to facilitate HIV prevention.
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