Denise McWilliams is Executive Director of the New England Innocence Project. She was director of the Boston AIDS Consortium and the General Counsel for New England’s largest and oldest AIDS service organization. In 1997, McWilliams oversaw and co-authored “Until There’s A Cure,” the first comprehensive plan for delivering services to people living with HIV in New England.
The Annual Stonewall Lecture is sponsored by the Women's and Gender Studies Program.
For more information about Ms.McWilliams' visit or the Stonewall Lecture, please contact Program Coordinator Cristen Brooks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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