Jeffrey Moualim was born in 1955 to a family without any previous Hemophilia in the family.  Six months later his parents were informed he had Hemophilia A less then 1%.  He entered UCLA in 1972 at the age of 16, graduated in 1977 with a BS degree in history, and entered the family business.  Jeffrey would eventually become president of the company, which he sold to a large conglomerate in 2005.  Through the 1980’s and 1990’s he was able to avoid being infected with HIV/ AIDS; however he did become infected with Hepatitis C.  In 2005 Jeffrey’s liver failed and he received a liver transplant at UCLA which cured his Hemophilia.  After recovery he became active in the Hemophilia community.  In 2007 he accepted the position of Treasurer at the Committee of Ten Thousand COTT.  With Corey Dubin as his mentor, his position grew into being a liaison to the Hemophilia community and working with policy issues that affected the Hemophilia community.  In 2015 Jeffrey left the board of COTT to pursue completing one of the main goals of the organization: a Hemophilia Memorial for those who died from HIV/AIDS.  Through his work with John Cunningham, Executive Director of the National AIDS Grove in San Francisco,  this goal was realized with the opening of a Hemophilia Memorial for people who perished from HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C in the fall of 2017.