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William VanHemert, MSW (ex-officio)

President and CEO, UNIFIED

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William VanHemert, MSW is the President/Chief Executive Officer at Wellness Networks, Inc d/b/a UNIFIED – HIV Health and Beyond (formally d/b/a AIDS Partnership Michigan and d/b/a HIV/AIDS Resource Center). Mr. VanHemert was employed at APM from 1993 to 1996. Moving to the western United States, he served in positions with the Arizona Department of Health, New Arizona Family, and United Behavioral Health in San Francisco.

In 2009, returning to AIDS Partnership Michigan (APM) served as Director of Community Mobilization & Development. In 2013, William became the Executive Director of AIDS Partnership Michigan (APM). During 2013/2014, APM merged with HIV AIDS Resource Center (HARC). In 2015, William became the President/CEO of the newly merged and rebranded agency, UNIFIED – HIV Health and Beyond. 

Mr. VanHemert holds a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from Wayne State University and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Central Michigan University. He has been involved in the HIV/AIDS, human and health care services fields for 20 + years. His work has extended into the nonprofit, government, for-profit and independent employment fields in Michigan, Arizona, and California. Bill demonstrates a strong commitment within the HIV/AIDS, LGBT, and human service communities.

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Jimena Loveluck, MSW (ex-officio)

Vice President of Community Research and Innovation, Unified

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After completing her MSW in 1990, Jimena Loveluck began working for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health AIDS Bureau, where she conducted HIV counseling and testing services in hospital and clinic settings, and also staffed the Massachusetts AIDS Hotline.

Loveluck left the state level after two years to become Director of HIV Services at Whittier Street Neighborhood Health Center, a federally qualified health center in Roxbury, Massachusetts. Her focus was on developing and expanding HIV services for the health center, including HIV counseling and testing, building an infectious disease specialty clinic, developing a housing program for people living with HIV/AIDS, and a peer education program for adolescents.

She returned to Michigan in 1999 and became the President/CEO of the HIV/AIDS Resource Center (HARC) in November 2000. In this role, she has continued to develop community-based HIV/AIDS programs and services, and has led the organization in its fundraising, strategic planning, research and collaborative efforts. She has been involved in community based participatory research in collaboration with The Center for Sexuality and Health Disparities at the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health since 2009. She is also Vice Chair of the Washtenaw County Board of Health.

Loveluck has a Masters degree in Social Work from Boston College, specializing in Community Organization and Social Policy Planning

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Angelique Tomsic,

Vice President of Programs and Operations.

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Angelique Tomsic began working at AIDS Partnership Michigan (APM) in June 2007 as the Case Management Director, which is the position she held until December 2015.  Prior to coming to APM, Tomsic worked has worked in HIV since 2000 for Southeastern Michigan Health Association and the City of Detroit Department of Health and Wellness Promotions as the Ryan White CARE Services Coordinator, Contract and Grants Specialist and Grant Monitor, and as the Associate Director of Home Support Services at Oakland Livingston Human Services Agency.  

Tomsic has a BA in Human Services from Adrian College.