|Emily E. Prior, MA
Co-Founder Journal of Positive Sexuality
Emily E. Prior is the Executive Director for the Center for Positive Sexuality. Since 1996 she has been teaching formal and informal classes about a variety of sexuality-related topics including Gender, Deviance, Relationships and Family, and Feminism. She is an adjunct professor at several colleges and universities, has over a dozen publications, and has presented at conferences around the U.S. She is frequently interviewed about her research, the Center, and positive sexuality in general. She also won the Vern Bullough Award for research. To contact Emily, please email at email@example.com.
|D J Williams, PhD
Director of Research/Co-Founder Journal of Positive Sexuality
D J Williams is the Director of Research for the Center for Positive Sexuality and a social and behavioral scientist at Idaho State University. He completed doctoral and postdoctoral studies at the University of Alberta (Canada), and his scholarship intersects leisure science, forensic behavioral science, criminology, and sexology. D J is a leading international expert on deviance as leisure experience, and he has been a consultant and/or expert witness on several high-profile forensic cases involving sexuality and actual or potential violence. His research has been published in numerous academic books and journals, including Journal of Sexual Medicine, Homicide Studies, Deviant Behavior, Journal of Forensic Sciences, Leisure Sciences, and Critical Criminology. D J can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Cielle "Skye" Williams
Director of Human Resources
Cielle “Skye" Williams is the Director of Human Resources for the Center as well as a board member, presenter and Internship Coordinator. She is a college graduate with a Bachelor's of Science in Captive Wildlife Care and Education and a minor in Psychology. She is a presenter on the BDSM: Fact & Fiction, Polyamory & Non-Monogamy, Gender & Sexual Diversity, and Body Image: Loving Yourself panels. Skye can be reached by email at email@example.com.
Adrian Colesberry is the author of How to Make Love to Adrian Colesberry, by Adrian Colesberry. He spent five years teaching sex ed for Planned Parenthood. He has a degree in biomedical engineering, an MBA, and has spent his career managing manufacturing operations in the pharmaceutical industry. He never, with his apologies, has manufactured anything that could make your penis or vagina wetter, harder, bigger, tighter or or in any way more splendiferous.
LaTerra McDaniels has been working in post production at a major studio for over 12 years. In September 2013 she began volunteering for the Center helping with social media and running our new twitter feed @ctrsexpostive. She is an aspiring sex educator who’s just getting started in the field but has long dreamed of becoming a sexologist. She recently started a blog and plans on going back to school for a MFT degree in the next few years. LaTerra can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Victoria Reuveni, DHS, CSB, ACSI
Dr. Victoria Reuveni is a Los Angeles-based sexological bodyworker, sex educator, and Orgasmic Yoga facilitator working with individuals, couples, and groups to facilitate going deeper in erotic embodiment and self-acceptance through mindfulness, breath work, and touch. She blogs about sex, kink, gender, and body image and reviews sex toys. She has been an educator with CPS since 2013, speaking on panels about kink/BDSM, nonmonogamy, and sex work, and a board member since 2016. Learn more about Victoria: http://sexologistvixenne.com/
Victoria can be reached by email at email@example.com.
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