Michelle was nominated to the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) in 2010 and has traveled to Austin and Washington DC to speak with elected officials regarding the impact of and policies surrounding HIV/AIDS.
What does PACHA stand for?
PACHA stands for Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS
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We have 1 other meaning of PACHA in our Acronym Attic
- Performance Assessment Coordinating Group
- Primary Angle Closure Glaucoma (eyes)
- Progressive Action for the Common Good
- Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia
- Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia (Atlanta, GA)
- Pike Anglers' Club of Great Britain (UK)
- Disorder--Progressive, Atrophying, Chronic, Granulomatous Dermohypodermitis
- Palo Alto County Gaming Development Corporation (non-profit corporation; Emmetsburg, IA)
- Patterson Army Community Hospital
- Post Acute Care Hospital
- Pennsylvania Association of Community Health Centers (Wormleysburg, PA; est. 1981)
- Port Arthur Community Health Clinic
- Pacific Headquarters, Pearl Harbor (US Navy)
- Point Area Chemical Effects Model
- Program Advisory Committee on the Human Genome
- The Provincial Association of Certified Home Inspectors
- Palo Alto County Health System
- Pedro Albizu Campos High School (Chicago, IL)
- Philadelphia Area Center for the History of Science (Philadelphia, PA)
- Pennsylvania Association of County Human Services Administrators
Samples in periodicals archive:
Scott Hitt, head of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS.
org/ * The Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA), March 14 - 15, Washington DC http://www.
Poz magazine founder Sean Strub, responding to news that Tom Coburn (right), cochair of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS, was offended by the magazine's 10th anniversary cover, which featured a crowd of naked HIV-positive people, as quoted by the New York Post.