Victor immigrated from Australia with his parents when he was 9. Sadly, he lost his Australian accent, but he speaks fluent Cantonese and conversational Mandarin. As a Chinese immigrant and someone who grew up coming to Oakland Chinatown a lot after immigrating, Victor is super-excited to work with the Asian Health Services community. This includes advocating for the HIV and Hepatitis community as an ally.
David is a Chicanx and Chinese queer, native to the Bay Area. They have been doing queer activism since high school when they volunteered as a Peer Coordinator at Positive Images in Santa Rosa. They have been a worker-member of the Berkeley Free Clinic since 2015, mostly involved in the Gay Men’s Health Collective. Hobbies include baking, hiking, and obscure early 80s music.
Joan is a proud gay man from the Dominican Republic, fluent in both Spanish and English. He comes from a background doing over-the-phone and face-to-face medical interpretation. As a gay man who immigrated from the Dominican Republic to the US, Joan has experienced many of the stigmas and traumas that affect queer Latinx immigrants. These experiences motivated him to pursue a career working in LGBTQ and HIV advocacy, especially for the Latinx community.
Hobbies include running, biking and movies.
Community Health Advocate, HIV and PrEP Case Manager, and Transgender Services Coordinator
Eris is a queer, trans nonbinary, Mexican, and Bay Area native. They have a passion for helping the LGBTQ+ community get connected to services, competent care, and sexual health promotion. Their hobbies include listening to music for hours, gaming, and spending time with friends.
Alex is a queer, gender non-conforming, Pinxy (Filipino) immigrant, and spicy Pisces. They are a sexual health educator with over a decade’s experience in community health education and promotion, pleasure-based sex ed, and project coordination. Hobbies include printmaking, trying to keep their houseplants alive, and finding the best local eats.
Community Health Advocate, HIV and PrEP Case Manager
D’Yale is a Black & First Nations Queer man, hailing from the East Bay Area. Having been raised by Queer and HIV+ advocates, service and community connectedness have been a part of his life from the very beginning. Outside of community health, D’Yale ‘s hobbies include writing and reading science fiction, hiking, urban exploration, and physical exercise.
Kerry Kay is a Family Practice physician and the lead HIV clinician for Asian Health Services, providing patient-centered care in both English and Cantonese. For the last 10 years, he has provided care and treatment to patients living with HIV, PrEP for folks to stay HIV-negative, and gender affirming care, such as hormone replacement therapy, to transgender patients. Dr. Kay is also a chair-person of AHS’s LGBTQ Alliance.
Macy Lieu is a Family Nurse Practitioner and HIV clinician, providing medical care in both English and Cantonese. She provides medical care to patients living with HIV, PrEP for HIV prevention, and gender affirming care to transgender patients. She is a member of Asian Health Services’ LGBTQ Alliance.
Yuyang Mei is a Family Medicine doctor with a particular expertise in providing care to people who are living with HIV. Dr. Mei also serves a diverse pool of individuals such as PrEP clients, transgender patients, and Mandarin speaking patients. He grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and received his medical training at UCSF. In his spare time, Yuyang likes to cook and find new music to listen to.