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  • ABC News, Miley Cyrus Talks Being Face of MAC Viva Glam, AMANDA KEEGAN, January 23, 2015Visit Link
  • Vanity Fair, Miley Cyrus Rocks MAC’s Viva Glam Lipstick and Then Some, Katie Sharer, January 30, 2015Visit Link
  • LA Times, Miley Cyrus dishes on Viva Glam campaign, INGRID SCHMIDT, January 23, 2015Visit Link
  • The Atlantic: It's Not Over: Addressing HIV's Relevance Issue With Young People, Nancy Mahon, December 5, 2014Visit Link
  • Variety: HIV Documentary ‘It’s Not Over’ to Stream on Netflix, SnagFilms Worldwide, Todd Spangler, November 26, 2014Visit Link
  • The Hollywood Reporter: Why Rihanna is Proud to be the Face of MAC Viva Glam, Stephanie Chan, November 19, 2014Visit Link
  • IndieWire: Andrew Jenks Aims to Make HIV Relevant to Teens with 'It's Not Over', Michele Debczak, November 19, 2014Visit Link
  • Women's Health: What It's Like to be a 19-Year-Old Living with HIV, ASHLEY OERMAN, November 10, 2014Visit Link
  • Seventeen: MAC is Releasing a Documentary to Help Raise HIV Awareness Among Teens, Brittany Burke, July 25, 2014Visit Link
  • USA Today, Only 1 in 5 sexually active U.S. teens HIV-tested, Hoai-Tran Bui, July 21, 2014Visit Link
  • BBC, Call for Better Education on HIV and AIDS After Survey, Frankie McCamley, July 16, 2014Visit Link
  • The MAC AIDS Fund, Rihanna and UNAIDS team up to reach nearly 2 million young people in need of lifesaving HIV treatment, January 29, 2014Visit Link
  • Monsters & Critics, MAC AIDS Fund Teams Up With Andrew Jenks for doc, interview, April Neale, December 9, 2013Visit Link
  • The Atlantic, Talk is Cheap: Saving Lives, Ending AIDS, and Putting Our Money Where Our Mouth Is, November 21, 2013Visit Link
  • Daily News, Rihanna named new spokeswoman for MAC's AIDS, HIV campaign, November 5, 2013Visit Link
  • Forbes, The Estee Lauder Companies Fight AIDS with MAC AIDS Fund, Devin Thorpe, September 11, 2013Visit Link
  • The Stanford Social Innovation Review, Metrics Matter, Nancy Mahon, June 25, 2013Visit Link
  • The Moodie Report, Nicki Minaj fronts the 2013 MAC Viva Glam campaign, Rebecca Mann, January 17, 2013Visit Link
  • POZ TV, Video interview with Nancy Mahon from the 2012 International AIDS Conference, November 6, 2012Visit Link
  • Vanity Fair, Estee Lauder President John Demsey and MAC AIDS-Fund Director Nancy Mahon Talk Viva Glam, Nicki Minaj and Ricky Martin, Evan Mulvihill, February 21, 2012Visit Link
  • Good Morning America, Nicki Minaj, Ricky Martin, Musicians discuss combining their star power to raise awareness of AIDS virus., February 15, 2012Visit Link
  • Windy City Times, AIDS: How a tube of lipstick helped raise $202 Million for HIV/AIDS, Charlsie Dewey, November 9, 2011Visit Link
  • EmpowHER, MAC Cosmetics and Lady Gaga: Promoting Women's Sexual Empowerment through HIV/AIDS Awareness, Marcia G. Yerman, August 25, 2011Visit Link
  • US Department of State Blog, June 2, 2011Visit Link
  • The Wall Street Journal, Lady Gaga Goes Glam for AIDS Fight, February 18, 2011Visit Link
  • Good Morning America, Lady Gaga on Grammys, HIV/AIDS, February 17, 2011Visit Link
  • Fast Company, The Lady Gaga Effect: Pop Star's Social Media Savvy Helps the MAC AIDS Fund Raise Millions of Bucks, Ariel Schwartz, February 17, 2011Visit Link
  • Forbes, Lady Gaga, MACs Fundraising Miracle Worker, February 18, 2011Visit Link
  • POZ Magazine, MAC AIDS Fund Raises $200M and Lady Gaga Aims for $50M More, February 21, 2011Visit Link
  • Evolved Employer, MAC Cosmetics World AIDS Day Efforts Boost Employee Engagement, Melissa Anderson, December 1, 2010Visit Link
  • The New Zealand Herald, Lipstick Power, Janetta Mackay, December 1, 2010Visit Link
  • NBC Washington, Female Condoms: Prevention and Empowerment?, August 24, 2010Visit Link