Reverend Samuel Nixon, Jr. is experienced in developing and coordinating collaborative, community, organizational programs in global agencies/societies, especially in educational, faith-based, regulatory, and business sectors, using technological support, in resource-starved environments. He has expertise in management and planning; information systems and analysis; technology (computer/electronic security; telecommunications); training; budgeting and financial systems; non-profit structures and organizational development (OD); emergency relief/development, and social media/digital imagery. Rev. Nixon was an HIV/AIDS presenter for the All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC) [Kenya], American Public Health Association (APHA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the President's Emergency Program for AIDS Response (PEPFAR)[South Africa], DC Faith Leaders HIV/AIDS Symposium, member of the DC planning team for the 2012 International AIDS Conference, a consultant with the United States and several state governments, an alternate grant reviewer for the U. S. Dept. of Health and Human Services Office of the Administration of Children & Families Office of Community Services, a grants application reviewer for the U.S. Dept. of Justice, a collaborator with the U. S. Information Agency in the Republic of Cameroon, and Director for the Lott Carey Global HIV/AIDS Initiative. His Board membership has included the Church World Service (CWS), Progressive National Baptist Convention, Inc. (PNBC), Black Alumni of MIT (BAMIT), PNBC Missions, and the Pan African Christian AIDS Network - USA (PACANET-USA). He was the founder of the MIT Sloan School of Management National Student Business League Chapter, the Washington DC Coalition of Black Professional Organizations (DCCBPO), and a co-founder of the African American Unity Caucus (AAUC) in Washington, DC. and served as a global mission’s leader on four continents. Rev. Nixon serves with the Northern VA Clergy Council for the Prevention of HIV/AIDS (NVCCPHA) and is part of the ministerial team of the Alfred Street Baptist Church (VA), where he directs the HIV/AIDS Ministry. He is also a volunteer with the African American National Clergy Network and the White House. He has served as a faculty member of Harvard University (MA), Tufts University (MA), and Fontbonne College (MO), and guest lectured at Howard University, the University of Maryland - Eastern Shore, Washington University (MO), Yaounde University (Cameroon), and the University of Sherbrook, (Quebec) and has a variety of publications. Rev. Nixon earned the S. B. Degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1980), the Master of Divinity from Harvard University (1991), and is a graduate of the Harvard Divinity School Summer Leadership Institute (2001).