Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, London Miles has followed his family’s footsteps and devoted his career to helping the community. He is deeply rooted within the LGBT and African American community and prides himself on being a driven community leader, especially within the HIV prevention field. Having cultivated over 9 years of extensive experience in LGBT & infectious disease research, program development, health communications, and marketing campaigns, he has gained a clear understanding of
the client and community needs.
London began his community work during his time studying in undergrad at Wright State University. He began working for the Wright State University School of Medicine as a Health Educator in 2012. Upon receiving a Bachelor's Degree in Organizational Leadership and Marketing in 2015, he furthered his expertise in HIV Prevention in New York City conducting biomedical & behavioral research (HIV vaccine research, PrEP & PEP research, antibody infusion research, survey tracking, intervention program research) and promoting wellness, and personal development around the New York City metropolitan area. He is now the Research Study Coordinator in the Research Foundation Department at the City University of New York in Manhattan. London splits his time working on various projects such as MOBI which stands for Mobilizing Our Brothers Initiative. A city nationwide program that helps promote a holistic health approach for black gay men and many other similar programs.
Outside of his career and community work, London enjoys Playing the Violin, Modeling, cooking, bingo, camping activities, volunteering with his fraternity Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc., and just laughing and connecting with his friends and family. His favorite quote is “Aspire to inspire before we expire.”
The Kiburi Awards will be given at the Cincy Black Pride Virtual Kickoff on Friday, June 26th 7:30PM - 10:00PM EST.