Venus Perez, a 20 year survivor of HIV/AIDS. An HIV/AIDS & STD Author, Advocate & Songwriter. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and is of Hispanic heritage. She attended FDR High School and Kingsborough Community College. In expanding her education she attended Willsey Institute in 2001 for Nursing, Phlebotomy and EKG certification. She completed training HIV 500/501 and is presently a volunteer certified pre & post counselor and tester. She is a volunteer Program Director of The Place of Comfort and Executive Director of Easy Access Resource, Not-for-profit agencies assisting individuals who are medically frail in providing resource needs in crisis situations. She was an appointed member to the Orlando Eligible Metropolitan areas EMA HIV Health Services Planning Council and CFAP Consortia. Presently she speaks throughout the country and is a member of the CAAID-Corporate Achiever Awards for Individuals with Disabilities and a board member of James House. She is also a representative to the Seminole County community, a sponsor to the Children's Miracle Network, International Fellowship of Christian and Jews, volunteer for the Coalition for the Homeless on Central Florida.
Providing excellence in HIV/AIDS awareness through online interactive help line, books and music.