Paige Rawl, HIV/AIDS Activist; Author Positive: A Memoir
Interviewer: Jenna Bush Hager, Contributing Correspondent, NBC News' Today Show
Jenna Bush Hager
Jenna Bush Hager is a contributing correspondent for NBC News’ TODAY. She joined America’s number-one morning news program in September 2009. Hager is based in NBC News’ Washington, D.C. Bureau and covers a variety of human interest and feature stories.
Hager is a two-time New York Times bestselling author, and she serves as the Young Leadership Ambassador & Chair for UNICEF’s Next Generation committee, which aims to save, protect and improve the lives of children around the world. Hager is also currently a reading resource teacher at a public school in Baltimore, Maryland.
Paige Rawl is an accomplished speaker and an inspirational figure for the tens of thousands of kids to whom she has spoken. Today, Paige is a national youth advocate, antibullying crusader, and powerful HIV/AIDS educator. Paige has been featured in multiple national media outlets, including USA Today, People magazine, Seventeen magazine, Nick News with Linda Ellerbee, the Huffington Post, and Poz magazine. Since Paige was eight years old, she has participated enthusiastically in pageants. Most recently, Paige was Miss Indiana Teen Essence 2011 and Miss Indiana High School America 2012. She is currently a student at Ball State University, where she plans to study molecular biology.