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Diana JordanDiana Jordxxan, RN, MS, ACRN has 28 years of experience providing high quality healthcare services with a focus on HIV/STDs prevention and treatment. She has worked in acute care, public health, community-based and ambulatory outpatient settings serving clients, educating healthcare professionals, and managing systems of care. She currently serves as the Director, Division of Disease Prevention, at Virginia Department of Health.

She is responsible for overseeing multiple state-wide programs and services related to the surveillance, prevention, testing, and treatment of HIV/AIDS, STDs, TB and viral hepatitis with the goal of reducing those diseases and their consequences.

These responsibilities include oversight of epidemiologic surveillance activities (investigations, case follow-up, screening, data management and reporting); treatment and service delivery activities for HIV/STDs, including the AIDS Drug Assistance Program; HIV/STD prevention strategies, including counseling and testing, partner services, and training; and TB contact tracing, screening, treatment, and prevention services.

She manages all operational, technical, administrative, contract and grants management, public health informatics and programmatic activities associated with service delivery.