The C4H staff

Rocky Matthers

Community Engagement Manager

Rocky Matthers is the Community Engagement Manager at Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum. In her role, she implements community engagement plans targeting new AA & NHPI community-based organizations and assists in developing content and products to be used in community engagement efforts as well as engaging community members. Before APIAHF, Rocky was a fashion model working for various brands and designers and worked for the San Francisco Department of Public Health working as a navigator for the Behavioral Studies Department. She has an extensive background in media having worked for the Golden State Warriors’ and Giants’ video departments.

Born and raised in Oakland, California, Rocky received her B.A. in Broadcast Electronic Communication Arts from San Francisco State University. In her free time she enjoys spending time with animals, family and finding the best cafés in town.


Our Mission

Community-based organizations are the change makers of HIV prevention, care, and treatment. How far can we scale our impact? Let's find out together.

Our Staff

C4H has trained 1300+ and co-designed with 120+ community-based organizations and health departments to make waves of change in their communities.

Health Equity

Equity, Sustainability, Cultural Competency, and Social Determinants

Health Equity aims to enable better opportunities for organizations and public health professionals to respond to racial, health, and structural disparities at the local level.

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National Learning Community

Training the next generation of the HIV prevention workforce

The National Learning Community for HIV CBO Leadership is a distance-based learning program that will strengthen the next generation of leaders at community-based organizations. Learn more here


Creative Problem-Solving Intensive

In this six-week program, you will be matched with a cohort of CDC-funded CBO managers from across the country to learn and practice methods to accelerate organizational change.


View the 2022 Course Outline


Meet the Faculty

C4H has trained 1300+ and co-designed with 120+ community-based organizations and health departments to build creative solutions and make waves of change in their communities.

EHE Video & Podcast Series

As the U.S. continues to respond to COVID-19, increased investments in the Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. (EHE) initiative are vital to regain momentum, advance innovation, and achieve health equity.


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Outside Resources

Capacity for Health is a capacity building assistance (CBA) provider and have many resources available.