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Mariners Inn Employee Angelo Glenn Named to National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS Board of Directors

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National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc. Names Angelo Glenn as New Board of Directors Memb...

National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc. Names Angelo Glenn as New Board of Directors Member

(July 21, 2015, New York, NY) – The National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc. (NBLCA) is pleased to announce the election of Angelo Glenn of Detroit, Michigan, as a member of the Board of Directors at the organization’s Annual Board of Directors meeting on June 17.

Angelo Glenn serves as Director of the Substance Use Disorder Prevention Programs at Mariners Inn, a residential treatment facility in Detroit, MI for men who suffer from the disease of addiction. Mr. Glenn began his career in substance abuse disorders with Mariners Inn in 2006 and has held several key positions during his tenure. Most recently he was honored by the Michigan Association of Community Mental Health Boards for his exceptional efforts in enhancing the perception of community health services and his commitment to breaking down the barriers of stigma on behalf of those served by the community mental health system.

Mr. Glenn serves as Board Member of the Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority and chairs two committees: the Substance Use Disorder Oversight Policy Board and the Recipient Rights Committee.

In addition to his appointment to NBLCA’s Board of Directors, Mr. Glenn will serve as chair for NBLCA Detroit.

“We are pleased that Mr. Glenn is joining NBLCA’s Board of Directors, said Dr. W. James Favorite, National Board Chairman. We look forward to his contributions and valued insight as we move forward to educate, mobilize and empower black leaders to meet the challenge of fighting HIV/AIDS and other health disparities in local communities.”

About National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc.

The mission of the National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, Inc. (NBLCA) is to educate, mobilize and empower Black leaders to meet the challenge of fighting HIV/AIDS and other health disparities in their local communities. For more information about NBLCA, visit www.nblca.org.