Former Board Secretary and Event Coordinator
LaTerra McDaniels – Board Secretary and Event Coordinator 2013-2020. We thank her for her service and enthusiasm and wish her well in her future endeavors. She 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.
Daddy Bo Mulder
Daddy Bo was active in the Leather/BDSM Community for several years. Affiliating himself with Traditional Leather, he wished to honor his mentors by passing along their wisdom, infused with his own personal experiences and insights. He identified as a queer SM Top and Leather Daddy and loved his unique D/s relationship with slavegirl debbie. With a passion for outreach, education, and traditional Leather mentorship, Daddy Bo began as Program Chair for the Threshold Society, then served as head of OCLA (Orange Coast Leather Assembly) from 2004 to 2008, where he created their day-long “Taster” education events, produced their 1-on-1 “Sampler” weekends in Palm Springs, and created the “Leather Interview” Series to record OCLA mentors for posterity. He presented programs, workshops, and demonstrations for national conferences (Leather Leadership Conference, Southwest Leather Conference); countless events for Southern California pride festivals, educational organizations, and Leather bars; and presented BDSM and Leather concepts on many college panels. He was honored to serve as a judge at several Leather title contests and mentored many title contestants. Daddy Bo was honored to receive Avatar L.A.’s first “Community Service Award” in 2004 and the Southland Honors’” Most Supportive Individual of the Year” in 2005. Daddy Bo was one of the original Educators with the Center for Positive Sexuality before it officially began in 2007.
Cielle "Skye" Williams, CA RVT
Former Board Member/Educator
Cielle “Skye" Williams was the Internship Director for the Center as well as a board member and educator. Skye spent over 10 years working with the Center, most notably creating and heading the Internship Program. She aided in fundraising and sponsorships for Sex Pos Con. She continues to be an advocate for the polyamorous, kinky, and LGBTQ+ communities. She is also an advocate for normalizing tattoos and piercings in the workplace. Her area of study is in the animal care and medicine field. Though her job title is Veterinary Technician, she advocates for the change to the European term of Veterinary Nurse as it really gives a truer view of the profession. She has a Bachelor's of Science in Captive Wildlife Care & Educations and is a CA Registered Veterinary Technician.
George served as Public Relations Officer of Avatar Club Los Angeles since joining in 1995 and was also its first Asian member. Along with his marketing & advertising duties, George also represented Avatar at community social events, programs, and fundraisers. He served the community as a supporter, friend, and mentor to many. He judged leather contests on the local and national level for several years, such as the prestigious IML 2004 judging panel. As an educator, he presented various leather and fetish topics to leather organizations and college-level classes. In addition, he was the producer of Mr. LA Leather 2007 & 2008 contest weekends. George is a four-time recipient of Avatar’s service award, received Pantheon’s So. California Regional Award twice and earned Southland Honors “Person of the Year” and “Mentor of the Year” for his dedicated community service. He Co-Chaired Leather Leadership Conference Six, was a member of MAFIA in Chicago and Lords of Leather in New Orleans. In addition, George was a marketing & advertising consultant, special events producer, U.S. National Volleyball Champion, European Champion silver medalist, and Gay Games gold medalist in volleyball. George was one of the original Educators with the Center for Positive Sexuality before it officially began in 2007.