Robin founded ASAP in 2010. She believes that there is a real opportunity to end the AIDS epidemic, and wants to bring her skills and that of her peers to meet that goal. She brings decades of experience: in leadership positions in government, international organizations and at community level.
Hilary Nkulu is South African and lives in Pretoria, Gauteng Province where she is establishing ASAP’s new South African office. Hilary is a highly skilled manager in the development sector working particularly on gender-based violence, HIV and other public health issues.
Anandi is a community consultant who adds value to ASAP’s work by bringing in her expertise from programme development to knowledge sharing through evidence based advocacy on HIV programming mainly from developing countries.
Sophie Dilmitis brings to ASAP two decades of pioneering grassroots work and top-level policy development focussing on women and young people in developing and developed countries. Born in Zimbabwe, Sophie has been HIV-Positive for 18 years.
Martin is a social scientist based in Malaysia who brings to ASAP his extensive research work, Government-level consulting and high-level contacts in Asia-Pacific HIV networks.
Hanke has worked at the highest levels of government and NGO engagement with AIDS policy and implementation. Her training as a cultural anthropologist adds a unique perspective to her work with ASAP.
Currently based in Amsterdam Adam has over 10 years experience in the HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health fields, with a demonstrated commitment and deep understanding of community led responses.
Karen specialises in developing proposals and in advocacy and policy. Based now in the UK, she's a South African national, and has worked on many successful major funding bids, to the Government of the Netherlands, among others.
Bobby's part of the SEA-AIDS and Stop-TB eForum Resource teams, a member of sub-working groups of Stop TB Partnership, and has worked with HDN, the Health and Development Networks. Bobby has co-authored the commentary for The Lancet TB series, and has been elected as Vice President of the Indian Network of NGOs on HIV/AIDS.
Nadine has spent 20 years working in HIV and global health with both United Nations and civil society agencies, as well as in academic institutions in Asia, Africa and her home country, Ireland.
While studying manufacturing engineering and economics at university, Mike discovered he was a creative trapped in an engineer’s body. An MA in Applied Social Research and four years of HIV Education practice later, the internet was invented: a web designer was born.