Timothy J Webb, Jr. believes in advocating for all walks of life. Currently, most of Tim’s days are split volunteering his time and services to the Ryan White Planning Council as a voting member and serving as the Co-Chair of the Assessment Committee and Chair of Consumer Caucus. Tim believes a major key in the fight against HIV/AIDS is education and awareness, so he also works with State Representative “Able” Mable Thomas of House District 56 helping to bring HIV awareness to her district though testing, education, and outreach- including providing 500 book bags to children in the district annually. Tim works full-time as a certified Peer Counselor, Peer Navigator, and Linkage to Care Specialist for AID Atlanta, an active member of the Positive Peers of Georgia and Community Mobilizer of the State of Georgia for AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
In the recent past, Tim has worked with Keep the Promise South, Vote to End HIV Concert sponsored by AID Atlanta and Aids Healthcare Foundation, Alpha Omega HIV/AIDS Foundation’s World AIDS Day observation, Absolute Care, BRFO (Being Responsible for Ourselves) as an HIV Peer Specialist and with SisterLove, Inc. on their 20/20 Women’s Annual Gala. He was the recipient of the 2013 and 2014 Kenny Robson Award and featured on the TV show “What Would You Do?” Additionally, through Impulse, Tim has launched innovative themed programs such as Size Matters, Cocktails and Conversations, United by Pride, Under the Mistletoe, 50 Shades of DeJaun, and AURA. He also spearheaded the Glo 4th Annual Anniversary Party.