Cindy Hallman-Quenneville has been named the new executive director for Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS. Hallman-Quenneville will help Southwest Center build a prosperous new future, all while celebrating 25 years of service to the HIV/AIDS community.

Hallman-Quenneville, who recently served as the vice president of the John C. Lincoln Health Network and executive director of Desert Mission, brings over 20 years of nonprofit and healthcare experience to Southwest Center. She oversaw their Food Bank, Children’s Dental Center, Lincoln Learning Center, Adult Day Health Care, Neighborhood Renewal, Marley House Behavioral Health Clinic, Community Health Center, Community Development and Volunteer Services.

Prior to John C. Lincoln Health Network, Hallman-Quenneville served as the executive director for the Northside Training Center where she worked collaboratively with other nonprofits to support economically disadvantaged workers in Phoenix.

“I have dedicated myself to protecting the dignity of vulnerable populations through a healthcare career in the nonprofit sector and am honored to join the Southwest Center team,” Hallman-Quenneville said.

Hallman-Quenneville holds a Master of Business Administration from Grand Canyon University and a Bachelor of Science from Kaplan University. She joined Southwest Center in her new role on Aug. 1.

Bruce Weiss, who had served as interim executive director, assumes the role of deputy director where he will continue to oversee research and health services.

“Together, Cindy and Bruce will make a dynamic team to lead the agency into our next 25 years,” said Ken Gabel, Southwest Center’s board chairman.


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