2007. Jenna Bush, U.S. President George W. Bush's daughter, announces plans to publish a non-fiction book about a 17-year-old single mother in Panama who is living with HIV. The book will be called, "Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope."
The National Minority AIDS Council announces that jazz legend Nancy Wilson, the agency's newest board member and honorary spokesperson, will help kick off the 2007 United States Conference on AIDS with a special event entitled "An Evening With Nancy Wilson: Celebrating NMAC's 20 Years of Service."
The National Association of People With AIDS, in collaboration with the National Women and AIDS Collective, holds a briefing on women and HIV/AIDS sponsored by Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton.