Loftin Wilson is the Rural Programs Coordinator with the North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition. He started as a volunteer with the NCHRC in 2010 and then worked part-time as a Harm Reduction Organizer for NCHRC for five years, before starting as full-time staff with NCHRC in the fall of 2015. He does overdose prevention, HIV/hepatitis prevention, and syringe access work, with a focus on the transgender community, rural communities, and people who are incarcerated. Loftin grew up in Alamance County and now lives in Durham.