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Howard Brown names new policy manager

Howard Brown Health has announced that Aisha Davis has been named the manager of policy and advocacy for the Center for Education, Research and Advocacy ( ERA ).

ERA's advocacy team focuses on initiatives that improve the health and lives of people within the LGBTQ community in Chicago and beyond. The manager of policy and advocacy works to advance patient access to affirming healthcare and address social determinants of health through public policy, grassroots efforts and community-led education initiatives.

Davis has worked on civil and human-rights issues throughout her legal career, including work with Amnesty International, the Human Rights Foundation, Columbia Law School's Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies, and the African American Policy Forum.

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