Jeremy Tan Fok Jun is a young, passionate activist who works actively with Key Populations in Malaysia. His focuses of work have been around project implementation in strengthening service delivery and information dissemination for HIV, AIDS, and STIs as well as capacity building to empower the key population. He is currently a volunteer at a community-based organization, PT Foundation, helping with reaching out to more community and constantly engaged in policy advocacy to ensure testing, treatment, and support can be scaled up to achieve Malaysia’s National Strategic Plan of Ending AIDS 2016-2030. He is currently also the Youth representative of Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) under the global fund to ensure the voice of young people is included in delivering an effective and inclusive national HIV response. His alternative engagement in the field of HIV including being one of the co-facilitators for the development of the “Toolkit on HIV prevention programming with adolescent and young key populations and migrants” with UNICEF HQ focusing on multi-sectoral collaboration. He has also done his internship at the regional, ISEAN HIVOS Programme, as Training Executive in developing and building the capacity of CBOs and networks to improve an enabling environment for MSM and TG.