"Gail Barouh, Ph.D., is the former President and Chief Executive Officer at LIAAC, the largest HIV/AIDS agency on Long Island."

About Dr. Gail Barouh. 

Since its founding in 1986, Gail Barouh, PhD., remained the President and CEO at LIAAC until her recent retirement in June, 2017. LIAAC is the number one community-based non-profit agency that offers support and services those affected and infected with HIV and AIDS in the Long Island area. Dr. Barouh worked to expand LIAAC’s services to additional social troubles by supplying Long Island with LIAAC’s information/crisis hotline. These additional services include drug abuse, metal health and other conditions that impact racial and low income families.

In 1998, Dr. Barouh started and came to be the CEO/Managing Executive of another Long Island based not-for-profit, LINCS, an organization which offers anti-bullying, anti-discrimination and alcohol/substance misuse community programs.

Dr. Barouh is also a specialist in grief organizations for individuals and their friends and families of those who have encountered horrible deaths of someone close. In addition to this, Dr. Barouh has been a long-lasting militant in the LGBTQ community supporting for anti-discrimination legislations and equal marriage rights.