Meet Our Consulting Team

  • Anthony Harris

    Anthony is a program manager who has been with Diverse & Resilient for over five years. He has a Bachelor’s of Science in social work from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. After finding his passion for community service in AmeriCorps, Anthony worked on many different public health issues such as: financial awareness, HIV prevention, ATODA prevention with teens, and smoking cessation within the LGBTQ community. He is committed to helping people make decisions that will help them live happy, healthy lives.

  • Kofi Short

    In his current position, Kofi coordinates programming focused in HIV / STI prevention, sexual health, LGBTQ acceptance, empowerment, and leadership development. With an accomplished career in the arts and international performance, he first became involved in HIV / AIDS prevention in 1999 with the Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC) in New York, after witnessing the devastating impact the disease had on the dance and theater world. Upon returning to Milwaukee, Kofi channeled his skills and passions to become more involved in direct prevention work by joining our CTR team. Kofi is certified in multiple evidence-based interventions including Community PROMISE, Many Men Many Voices, and Mpowerment. Kofi is also an experienced facilitator who brings his commitment to issues of diversity, multiculturalism, social justice and community empowerment to his work.

  • Bethamie Wyatt

    A Milwaukee native, Bethamie brings an extensive background in sexual health education addressing the issues faced by LGBTQ youth. She is thrilled to bring this experience to Diverse & Resilient as its prevention program manager. Bethamie obtained a master’s degree in women’s studies with a concentration in women’s health from Eastern Michigan University in 2005. Upon completion of her graduate studies, Bethamie spent three years teaching undergraduate courses in EMU’s departments of Women’s and Gender Studies and the School of Health Promotion. For over a decade, she has worked with nonprofits to provide school-based and community-based initiatives focusing on the physical, social, and emotional health of youth and adults in communities of color.