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SpeakerAmaze SexEdCon 2022
Alex Ames is a 20-year-old college student in Atlanta and the Organizing Director for both GYJC and GYJC for Action, supporting student-led projects ranging from storytelling to legislative direct action.
Jess Mclntosh is a communications strategist who consults progressive candidates and organizations looking to strengthen their social presence through media training, influencer engagement, story development and national profile amplification.
Dr. Kat Pheysey is a sexuality consultant, counselor and educator providing sexuality services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and those who support them.
Ava McIntosh is a talented artist whose many passions (dance, fashion design, painting & more) carry her many magical places. Ava is a soon-to-be-eighteen year old self advocate who has Down syndrome. She is excited about her first conference appearance, and especially to be a co-panelist with her phenomenal colleague and friend Dr. Kat Pheysey.
Bee Gehman (they/them) M.Ed., CSE, Founder and owner of jooux (Deaf Sexual Wellness Center) is an AASECT certified sexuality educator, with more than a decade of experience in providing caring, contentious, thoughtful sexual health and education services and professional trainings for educators and interpreters.
Robin Wilson-Beattie (she, her) is a speaker, writer, and advocate for disability and sexuality and one of the first people to talk about disability, sexuality, and marketing to adult product retailers and manufacturers. She combines years of personal experience with medically sound research to provide a unique perspective on how life and identity impact one’s sexual expression.
Lexie has worked in the field of public health for 12 years. Her experience includes providing Maternal and Child Health, Sexual Health, and Malnutrition Programming both internationall and domestically. She has eight years of experience working with US school districts as a sexual health educator and manager. Lexie has worked as a healthcare advocate for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and currently works with students with IDD at PPS high schools. She supports teachers with training content, coaching, and co-teaching Sex Ed (for both traditional classrooms and self-contained classrooms).