Carlton Rounds is the Founder and Executive Director for Volunteer Positive, the first organization that supports people infected and affected by HIV to participate in international volunteer service projects. In 2011, Carlton and his NGO, Volunteer Positive, were listed in the year’s top innovative 100 people by POZ Magazine. Currently, Carlton works as a CareLink Navigator with Cascade AIDS Project in Portland, Oregon. Formerly he was an Associate Dean and Associate Professor at Manipal International University in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In addition he was the Assistant Director with the Center for International Programs in the State University of New York system where he managed over 45 international programs and served in a statewide initiative using technology to enhance curricular internationalization. Carlton formerly worked with Cross-Cultural Solutions, the leading service NGO in North America as their Partnership Manager with a special emphasis on higher education. In 2011, he was recognized with a national award from Diversity.com for his work with underrepresented students in international education. At Simon’s Rock Early College, Reed College, and School for International Training alumnus, Carlton is an HIV and human rights activist, a vocal performance artist, and an international educator. He has worked with the Soros Foundation’s scholarship division traveling to Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, and Georgia. While serving as the Associate Director for the Institute of International Liberal Education at Bard College (IILE), he managed study abroad programs to Central European University in Budapest, Smolny College in Russia, and The International Human Rights Exchange in South Africa. He also directed the Program for International Education (PIE).
This event begins on April 4th, 2014 at 8:00pm Eastern Time and runs until April 6th – Rain or shine. Prices $75 for students, medical residents, and fellows registering after March 21, 2014
$50 for students, medical residents, and fellows registering until March 21, 2014
$100 for faculty, staff, and community members registering until March 21, 2014
$150 for faculty, staff, and community members registering after March 21, 2014
This event begins on April 4th, 2014 at 8:00pm Eastern Time and runs until April 6th – Rain or shine.
$75 for students, medical residents, and fellows registering after March 21, 2014