Hilton Mozee, MPH
Hilton Mozee joined NAESM, Inc. in September 2017 and currently serves as the organization’s Prevention Specialist. Hilton is responsible for providing HIV/STI pre/post-test counseling, confidential HIV testing, and providing linkage to care for newly diagnosed YMSM. In addition, Hilton is responsible for coordinating, implementing, and evaluating the mentorship program called Necessary Support to Prevent, Intervene, Reduce, and Eliminate HIV-related Health Inequities (NSPIRE). The NSPIRE Mentorship Program aims to address and decrease stigma as well as help HIV-positive individuals live a healthier life.
Prior to joining NAESM, Hilton served as an Epidemiology Intern for Healthcare Georgia Foundation where he created health disparity maps for the state of Georgia’s 109 rural counties and co-authored the 2016 HealthVoices for the Rural Health and Healthcare in Georgia. Hilton held various positions with Morehouse School of Medicine. He was a Graduate Research Assistant for two years in the Transdisciplinary Collaborative Center at Morehouse School of Medicine. In addition, he served as a Teaching Assistant for two academic courses (Statistical Computer Methods and Community Health) for one year at Morehouse School of Medicine. Lastly, he worked at Learn To Grow H.E.A.R.T Coalition, Inc. as a Graduate Community Worker for two years.
Hilton is an active member of the community and has been closely involved with various non-profit organizations throughout the Atlanta Metropolitan Neighborhood Planning Units areas.
Hilton earned his Master of Public Health degree from Morehouse School of Medicine. His master thesis work was on “The associations between adverse childhood experiences and engagement in HIV-related risky behaviors among persons aged 18 years and over in the United States”. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Chemistry from the University of Mississippi.