Arianna Inurritegui-Lint is a transgender woman originally from Peru, where she graduated from law school. She has been working for the Florida Health Department in the field of HIV/AIDS since 2006. As a transgender woman, she has seen firsthand how her own community has been ravished by this life altering disease.

Since then, she has dedicated her time to educating, mentoring and advocating for people in her community. Arianna has experience in public speaking, facilitating classes about transgender issues, HIV in transgender communities, diversity, workshops and she also provides pre/post counseling, testing and event planning in the field of HIV prevention, doing outreach for those at risk of contracting HIV. Arianna has had the opportunity to work with ADAP & CHEERS for Peers, and the Work Group for Transgender people in the Florida State, for the Florida Health Dept. Later on in an immunology clinic she was on the front lines with people that have been infected and affected by HIV as a Family Support Worker and later on as a Human Services Counselor II.  Arianna is East Chair for TransLatin@ Coalition, which advocates for the specific needs of the trans-Latina immigrant community in the United States and plans advocacy strategies that would improve their quality of life.

Arianna is very professional and hard working with a passion to help educate and advocate for others. Now Arianna split her time in her state job, and as part of the Trans-Latina Coalition, Arianna is currently seeking her Masters in Social Work at UCF.