Taylor Wimbly holds a Bachelor of Arts from Spelman College and a Masters of Public Health from Emory, Rollins School of Public Health. While at Spelman, Wimbly gained a passion for working with individuals infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. She has worked with various populations local and abroad to provide HIV education, testing and counseling. She joined the PRISM team in 2014 as a Graduate Research Assistant on Stronger Together and remained working with the study throughout her time at Rollins. Wimbly also worked in a Gwinnett County high school facilitating an evidence -based sexual education curriculum to 9th grade students. Wimbly currently works with Emory’s PRISM Health research group as a Project Coordinator.