Genevieve Hunter

    • Position: Project Coordinator
    • Education: MSEd, Human Sexuality Education, University of Pennsylvania, 1996; BA, Journalism, Temple University, 1992

    Genevieve Ankeny Hunter (she/her/hers) (GV) Hunter is a Sexuality Educator with over 25 years of experience and hails from Philadelphia, PA. Genevieve’s work at Duke began 16 years ago at a rural Duke HIV Clinic. Initially, she worked as an Outreach Coordinator, working with people living with HIV (PLWH), in Vance County, NC. In 2006, Genevieve joined CHPIR, to work on two SAMHSA projects. Throughout her time with CHPIR, Genevieve has collaborated on multiple projects including: The AIDS Education and Training Center, The Clergy Health Initiative, the Duke Health Justice Clinic and the Southern HIV/AIDS Strategy Initiative.

    At present, Genevieve is a Senior Program Coordinator and has been the lead staff member on the Teen Pregnancy Prevention initiatives for the past nine years in Craven County, NC. Genevieve works remotely in New Bern, NC and enjoys working with adolescents teaching about sexual health and wellness. Genevieve is passionate about working with youth. Her work goals include gaining health equity for marginalized youth of color and queer youth, who are a enrolled in the Duke Teen Health Club, as well as empowering youth to have agency over their bodies and their health.