World Aids Museum And Educational Center Names Terry Dyer As Executive Director

The nationally renowned World AIDS Museum and Educational Center (WAM) has named Terry Dyer as executive director.
The announcement was made by Will Spencer, World AIDS Museum and Educational Center board chair.  “Terry Dyer brings a wealth of experience and passion to our organization which is committed to preserving history and promoting dialogue with education to end the stigma of HIV/AIDS,” said Spencer. “We are at a pivotal growth stage and are excited to watch Terry to work his magic by connecting with national sponsors, engaging the community to embrace resourceful programming and special events and recruiting new volunteers.”  Dyer has a solid history of working with Fortune 100 and 500 companies and nonprofit organizations to help reach their maximum potential and growth. His background consists of talent acquisition management, recruitment, client services and program  management. Prior to his new position, he was the director of development for SunServe, a community service based organization in Wilton Manors. Additionally, Dyer has volunteered his time to various organizations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento, Salt Lake City and South Florida communities.  Dyer received his bachelor’s degree in vocal performance from Chico State University, and a second degree in communications with an emphasis in public relations from Sacramento State University. He is a former All-American collegiate volleyball player, a high school All-American track and field athlete, a competitive tennis player and a former contestant on the acclaimed TV show Star Search. The World AIDS and Museum and Educational Center works to promote dialogue that eliminates HIV/AIDS stigma through education, artistic expression, and cultural programming.