Our dedicated team has come together from a variety of backgrounds and experience with the common focus of reducing new HIV cases amongst America’s youth.
Logan Voxx is a entrepreneur, small business owner and aspiring music mogul. He has been honored as an OUT100 Award Recipient in 2011. He has been involved in philanthropy since the early age of 21 when he established PYP. He has consistently used his success to give back to the communities devastated by HIV that need it most.
Irwin Drucker is a graduate of Georgetown University, and received his MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business. Irwin joined IBM in 1983, and ran their global software procurement organization until 1998. In 1999, Irwin established the first LGBT supplier diversity program in the world, at IBM, and was appointed its first Director. He was instrumental in the establishment of the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, and is a member of their Board of Directors. In 2010, Irwin was elected to the Advisory Board of the Stonewall Museum and Archives, and the Board of Directors of The Pride Center, the gay and lesbian community center of Fort Lauderdale, and has served as Chair of their Development Committee. In 2011, Irwin received the Multicultural Leadership Award from the Florida Diversity Council. Irwin retired from IBM in May, 2012, to become the Executive Director of PYP Foundation.
DIR. of Marketing
With over 10 years of advertising, marketing, and branding genius that expands across a variety of industries and markets, Jay Alexander is a well-travelled project manager. He’s contributed his expansive creativity to a variety of projects with Fox Broadcasting Network, BCBG Maxazria, TapouT, Nike, Adidas, Young & Reckless, and Limited Brands. As a creative director, his strength lies in the hands on experience he’s garnered from his ventures in creating small business start-ups (apparel, event planning, TV, film, and marketing). He excels not only in creativity, but in providing solutions to challenges that can arise throughout the production process.
Corey A. Jackson has dedicated himself to service. Being appointed by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the California State University Board of Trustees, Corey represented over 400,000 thousand students in the largest and most respected public higher education system in the nation from 2004-2006. Jackson is a graduate of CSU San Bernardino where he received his degree in political science and served as Chair of the Santo Manuel Student Union Board of Directors. He currently serves as the Public Affairs Specialist of Los Angeles Universal Preschool whose mission is to make high-quality voluntary preschool universally accessible to every four-year-old in Los Angeles County.
DIR. of Communications
Joel Espinoza is a graduate of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and received his Bachelors of Science in Urban and Regional Planning. Joel was a member of the Kellogg Honors College, and was admitted into the Ronald McNair research scholars cohort. Joel’s research topics include streetcar cost-effectiveness, redevelopment of transit stops, and understanding perception of gay men’s attitudes toward Los Angeles’ historic gay neighborhoods. Joel received the 2011 American Planning Association California and Los Angeles Chapters Academic Award of Merit for his contribution on fieldwork in China titled “Urban Strategies in historic Beijing.” Joel was the recipient of the 2011 California Planning Foundation Award of Academic Achievement, and the 2008 El Camino College Foundation Award. Joel possess over 10 years of retail, service, and management experience.