My job title at Street Works is Prevention Coordinator. As a Prevention Coordinator my primary job is to collaborate with other Community Base Organizations (CBO) and help prevent the spread of HIV. This is through HIV testing & counseling, HEP C testing, condom distribution. Steeet Works uses the Harm Reduction Model. I’m also responsible for setting up all request for outreach events throughout the agency.
As an employee at Street Works we are on call 24/7 to meet the emergency needs of our client’s and anyone who may need our services.
As Finance Manager my primary responsibilities include the managing and monitoring of the revenues and expenditures of the agency. This includes but not limited to invoice and budget preparation; communicating with vendors, funders and program staff; providing financial reports to the CEO, Program Director and Board; submitting all revenue and expense documentation to the external CPA and ensures that all fiscal activities are carried out in accordance with OMB Circular A-133 and the agency’s fiscal policies and procedures.
Justin Lofton serves as the Peer Navigator for the My House program, a collaborative effort between Nashville Community Based Organizations (CBO) and a local Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). Justin facilitates and oversees all navigation services related to ACA, manages patient data and collection, and provides direct support for Early Intervention Specialist (EIS) and Medical Case Management (MCM). Other duties fulfilled by Justin include direct coordination and communication with CARE team, developing training materials and resources for staff, and linkage to care and preventative resources. He is well-versed and has worked for organizations such as Greater Than AIDS, Mississippi First, Women’s Foundation of Mississippi and My Brother’s Keeper. He has researched the synonymous affects of stigma and increased incidences of HIV among African American MSM. In 2015, he was awarded by the Arkansas AIDS Foundation for his contributions to the Arkansas AIDS Walk, and in 2014 he was awarded by My Brother’s Keeper for his contributions to the Mississippi LGBTI Health Summit. Justin has served as a National Ambassador for the Greater Than AIDS #SpeakOutHIV campaign, and youth leader with the United States Conference on AIDS (USCA). Justin continues to work passionately to eradicate HIV and to positively impact those communities disproportionately affected by the epidemic.