The Glen Hillson Award

 

The Glen Hillson Award


 

The Glen Hillson Award was created by CTAC to honour the memory of Glen Hillson, who was the Vice Chair of CTAC and the Chair of the British Columbia Persons With AIDS (BCPWA) Society. Glen Hillson was a tireless advocate for the health and human rights of people living with HIV and AIDS throughout his life. The purpose of this award is to recognize and honour outstanding individuals for their long-term contributions and achievements within the HIV movement in Canada. It is granted annually at the CTAC AGM to a recipient who is selected by the CTAC Board of the Directors.

Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco is presented with the 2017 Glen Hillson Award by CTAC Executive Director Shelina Karmali and Board Chair Terry Pigeon

Previous recipients of the Glen Hillson Award:

  • 2017               Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco
  • 2015               Louise Binder
  • 2012               Sean Rourke
  • 2011                Curtis Cooper
  • 2010               Jean-Pierre Bélisle
  • 2009              Ian McGilvray and James Kreppner
  • 2007              Bleecker Street Co-operatives Homes
  • 2006              Ron Rosenes
  • 2005              Philip Lundrigan