Kim Bouldin-Jones has been working in the HIV/AIDS prevention/care field for the last 16 years. Her work has taken her to Africa and South America, working with public and private healthcare agencies to evaluate, design, and implement programs to stem the tide HIV infection has had on the world population.
Kim Bouldin-Jones is an internationally-recognized and sought after educator specializing in HIV/STD programs for college-aged students. She has presented to numerous national conferences on topics such as HIV/STD prevention programs, substance abuse and prevention in correctional facilities, diversity, binge drinking, and women's health issues. She has presented on global health issues, global youth leadership, and various other topics to international audiences. Kim Bouldin-Jones has worked with some of the top universities in the U.S., helping to build prevention programs or enhance existing ones to be more effective. She is featured in the following program available at FMS (click the title for program specifics).