Dázon Dixon Diallo is the founder and president of SisterLove, Inc., established in 1989 as the first women’s HIV/AIDS and reproductive justice organization in the southeastern United States. She is a visionary and advocate in the struggle for human rights, sexual and reproductive justice, and the fight against HIV/AIDS. Among her many accomplishments, Dázon developed the Healthy Love Workshop, a seminal intervention that is now part of the CDC’s National Compendium of HIV Prevention Interventions; established the first transitional housing program for HIV positive women and children in the South; and convenes the only national coalition of women focused on HIV and biomedical prevention.
Dázon joined the LOLA Collective as an advocate in 2020. She is also a member of the National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda, sits on the Board of Directors for the National Women’s Health Network, and is a co-chair for the Act Now End AIDS National Coalition.