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Monthly Population Affinity Web-Based Calls

Join the Texas HIV Syndicate in monthly web-based calls as they review data and identify implementable strategies for the populations most impacted by HIV in Texas.

The population affinity groups are shown below, along with the date and time of the first call and a Zoom link. You will be required to register when joining a call.

  • Latinx gay and bisexual men who have sex with men. Friday, May 10 at 10:00-11:30am CDT, To Join Zoom Meeting:

The efforts of these groups will inform the work of the TX HIV Syndicate and the Achieving Together movement through the lens of these populations. The Texas HIV Syndicate especially seeks to hear from people who are affected by HIV and who represent these groups. 

Apply to Join the Texas HIV Syndicate

Thank you for your interest. Download the application to apply for the Texas HIV Syndicate.

Member Criteria

  • Syndicate members have the ability and authority to directly influence systems relevant to HIV prevention and treatment.


  • Members exhibit potential to be organization and/or community leaders, given time and development.


  • Members demonstrate a history of leadership and/or innovation in work relevant to HIV prevention and treatment
  • Members demonstrate expertise that can contribute to and enhance conversations relevant to HIV prevention and treatment practices and policies.
  • Members reflect communities affected by HIV.
  • Members have access to opportunities for gathering perspectives from relevant communities.
  • Members are able to share the work of the Texas HIV Syndicate through local/regional networks of individuals and organizations.
  • Members understand and operate from public health principles.
    HIV Syndicate members are asked to work through a collaborative process, examine priorities, develop local implementation of plans, and take action. Individual members are expected to act as members of their regional cohort, provide their expertise, and share in the implementation of the Texas HIV Plan.