Alan McGillivray is a retired artist and architect who holds degrees from Tulane School of Architecture and Maryland Institute College of Art. He has worked with his wife for over twenty years integrating the arts with public health. The death of his wife’s father and grandmother from the devastating disease inspired his involvement in public health and Alzheimer’s advocacy.
McGillivray has received various awards and grants for public health campaigns, which incorporate the arts with public health and social justice. He believes in the healing power of humor and the need to remove the stigma associated with diseases, such as HIV and Alzheimer’s.
He lives in New Orleans with his wife Kathleen Welch.
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