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CAN Community Health Names Terry Dyer as Director of Donor Development

Non-Profit Healthcare Organization Expands National Donor Engagement Efforts

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CAN Community Health hires Terry Dyer as Director of Donor Development

Nationally renowned CAN Community Health (CAN) has named Terry Dyer as the Director of Donor Development. In this new role, Dyer will lead the charge to expand donor development and stewardship across CAN's national markets which include Central and South Florida, Dallas/ Arlington, Texas, Phoenix, Arizona, Virginia, South Carolina, and recently Nevada. 

"We are excited to have Terry join us at this pivotal moment of growth and development across the United States," said Rogelio Capote, Senior Vice President, Chief Communications Officer. "We welcome his keen ability to establish new partnerships, engage donors who share our mission and to brand our successful model of healthcare."

Dyer has a solid history of working with Fortune 100 and 500 companies and nonprofit organizations to help reach their maximum potential and growth. His background consists of talent acquisition management, recruitment, client services and program management. Most recently, Dyer was the Executive Director of the World AIDS Museum and Education Center. During his tenure, he is credited with initiating fundraising efforts that raised more than $400,000. In addition, he established several impactful partnerships that resulted in innovative programming to end the stigma of HIV.

Additionally, Dyer has volunteered his time to various organizations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, Sacramento, Salt Lake City and South Florida communities. For several years, he served as a member of the San Francisco LGBTQ Speakers Bureau, which aimed to dispel homophobic and transphobic violence by educating people about the everyday lives of those in the community. In 2010, while working with STOP AIDS Project, POZ Health magazine named him "African American Person of the Month."

In July 2020, Dyer became the bestselling author of "Letters to a GAY BLACK BOY," a memoir sparking conversations around racism, inequality, homophobia and more. Also in 2020, he was the recipient of the Kujichagulia Award for Self-Determination, presented at the Black Brothers Esteem (San Francisco AIDS Foundation) annual Kwanzaa event.

In 2021, Dyer was presented the Ujima Men's Collective Community Leadership Award and named by South Florida Gay News (SFGN) as 2021 Best New LGBT Activist. In 2022, he received SFGN's nomination for Best LGBT Activist. During Black History Month 2023, Dyer received a proclamation from the City of Wilton Manors naming February 14th "Terry Dyer Day". In May 2023, he was also recognized by the White House for his advocacy work. Currently, he is a board member of Plays of Wilton (POW) and is a member of the South Florida HRC Steering Committee. He also chairs the Black LGBTQ Planning Council.

Dyer received his bachelor's degree in vocal performance from Chico State University and a second degree in communications with an emphasis in public relations from Sacramento State University. He is a former All ­American collegiate volleyball player, a high school All-American track and field athlete, a competitive tennis player and a former contestant on the acclaimed TV show Star Search. 


CAN Community Health (CAN) is a not-for-profit, community-based organization with clinics in Florida, Arizona, New Jersey, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia. CAN provides medical, pharmacy, dental, case management, mental health, and comprehensive prevention and services such as nPEP, PrEP, and education. CAN also provides screening and treatment for Viral Hepatitis, STDs and Gender Affirming Services. For more information about CAN Community Health and its services, please call (844) 922-2777 or visit www.cancommunityhealth.org. 

Contact Information:
Rogelio Capote
Chief Communication Officer
[email protected]
941-300-4440 ext. 11131
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CAN Community Health hires Terry Dyer as Director of Donor Development

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