Meet PCDC’s California Staff

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Today PCDC announced our growing California team based in the new Los Angeles office. Experts in finance, housing, community development, HIV prevention, performance improvement, and business development, all play key roles in helping expand primary care access to underserved communities.

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Brandon A. Harrison, Senior Project Manager

Brandon A. Harrison provides training and technical assistance to support delivery of HIV prevention services within primary care, as part of the CDC-funded High Impact Prevention (HIP) in Health Care team at PCDC.

Brandon has served in multiple leadership positions implementing HIV prevention and sexual health programs, focusing on communities most impacted by health disparities. He recently created and supervised one of the nation’s largest Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) programs based in New York City.

Throughout his career he has been committed to raising awareness of stigma, HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ issues, violence, sex work, and other issues that affect vulnerable communities.

Brandon received his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of New Orleans.

[Read a Q&A with Brandon.]

 

Oscar Marquez, Senior Project Manager

Oscar Marquez provides training and technical assistance to support delivery of HIV prevention services within primary care, as part of the CDC-funded High Impact Prevention (HIP) in Health Care team at PCDC. He leads the development of capacity building resources such as training curricula and webinars.

Oscar has been a leader in the HIV prevention field since 2002. Before joining PCDC in 2017, he worked at Altamed Health Services, a Los Angeles-based health care organization, overseeing prevention case management, HIV testing and counseling, group- and individual-level interventions, recruitment, and other prevention services.

Earlier, he worked at Shared Action, a capacity building assistance program of APLA Health, where he led the development, implementation, and quality assurance of distance-learning technologies such as online trainings.

Oscar received his bachelor’s degree in Public Health from Walden University and a master’s degree in Education/Instructional Design from Western Governors University.

Read more about career opportunities at PCDC.