Hector Salgado, Executive Director
Hector Salgado is a Chicago native who has been working in the HIV field for over 10 years. He has engaged in a variety of positions ranging from Volunteer to Associate Director. Recently Hector worked at Howard Brown Health Center providing cultural competency training around LGBT issues across the country. His passion for learning and education has taken him to ten countries where he has studied nonprofit management and community organizing. He recently received his Master’s in Public Service Management from DePaul University and has taken up furniture restoration as a hobby. Hector is an active mentor to his nephew and dedicated to his family. Hector is also the proud father of too Great Danes who he loves to take on long walks.
Lindsay Holland, Associate Director
Lindsay began working with AAS-C as the SAC* (Substance Abuse Centers) Program Coordinator in 2010. She fulfilled the role of CTR Program Coordinator from 2011 until 2013, at which time she accepted the role as Director of Prevention. She moved forward to the role of Associate director in 2016. Lindsay graduated from the University of Richmond with a BA in Psychology and holds a Graduate Certificate in Substance Abuse and Clinical Counseling from East Carolina University. She has also completed extended Graduate level courses in Nonprofit Management at North Carolina State University. Lindsay enjoys the challenges and rewards of working in the non-profit sector and is particularly passionate about prevention-based services.
Tiffany Hickman, Prevention Team Lead
Tiffany has been with the Alliance since 2008 and currently serves as the Prevention Team Lead. She is a graduate from East Carolina University where she graduated with a Bachelors degree in Health Education. She later obtained her Masters in Psychology from Walden University.
Alma Rodriguez-Gasca, SAC* (Substance Abuse Centers) Program Coordinator
Alma has been working in the HIV field for almost 8 years now. Prevention and education are a true passion of hers and taking the road less traveled has driven Alma to remain committed to a field were stigma and discrimination thrive. Alma has been with the Alliance since 2015 and lives in the Garner area with her two boys, husband and 5 dogs.
Josée Dussault, CLEAR Counselor (Choosing Life: Empowerment, Actions... Results!)
Josée has volunteered in HIV advocacy and prevention for 4 years. She earned her B.A. in Russian and Global Health, with a focus on infectious disease, and has since joined the ranks of AAS-C's passionate and committed staff. In her down time, Josée enjoys reading, hanging out with friends, and rooting for any Duke or Boston sports teams.
Megan Casebolt, CLEAR Counselor (Choosing Life: Empowerment, Actions... Results!)
Megan has joined the Alliance after spending three years living and working abroad in India, Ethiopia, and Zambia. After spending two years working on HIV as a fellow with the CDC, she decided to spend some time working domestically. Born in Durham, NC, she was brought up in the Appalachian region of Ohio. She attended Ohio University for college, earning degrees in social work and women and gender studies. After college, she attended Washington University in St Louis for graduate work, completing Masters in Social Work and Masters in Public Health degrees. She is excited to join the Alliance staff as a CLEAR Counselor and looks forward to working with the team at the Alliance.
Contact Megan at 919-834-2437 ext 1007
Karla Lineback, Office Manager
Karla has almost 14 years of accounting and office management experience. Born and raised in Raleigh, she has extensive knowledge of the area and all its resources. She is exhaustively active in the local indie music scene, even writing her own local music blog, and works in local kitchens as a line cook and pastry chef in her spare time. She has been a longtime supporter and friend of the AAS-C and is thrilled to finally be a member of the team!
Thomas Chancey, Food Pantry Coordinator and Outreach Specialist
Thomas Chancey is a Memphis, Tennessee native. He is putting roots down in the triangle area with his husband and two miniature schnauzers. He is a man of many talents and is not afraid to get his hands dirty. He is also willing to volunteer and is an active member of Crape Myrtle Festival. He loves to learn new things and meet new people!
Fabricio Nunez, Testing and Outreach Specialist
Contact Fabricio at 919-834-2437 ext. 1004
Andrew Smith, Testing and Outreach Specialist
Contact Andrew at 919-834-2437 ext. 1012
* The Alliance does not provide any Substance Abuse Counseling. We provide HIV/STI testing at Substance Abuse Counseling sites through a state-funded grant that is called “SAC.”