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Thank you to everyone who came out in support of the Second Annual Ohio Sex Education Summit — A Community Convening on Sexual Health Education and Health Equity, presented by the Ohio Center for Sex Education at Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio. 

This year's summit took place on Friday, October 11, 2019 at Cuyahoga Community College Corporate College East (4400 Richmond St., Warrensville Heights, OH 44128).

The summit brought together community members, educators, public health and medical professionals, elected officials, and activists together for a day of learning and conversation surrounding sexual health education.

Highlighting achievements while lifting up opportunities for growth, the summit created a diverse and inclusive atmosphere in which we could critically examine the importance of the intersection of individual and community identities as they inform sexual health education.

Certified in Public Health (CPH) Continuing Education (CE) Credit Hours

This summit is approved for 5.5 CPH CEs by the National Board of Public Health Examiners. Maximum advance-level contact hours available are 4.

Most of the workshops are eligible for 1 CE through The Ohio State University College of Social Work, an approved provider of State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board.

Topics for breakout session workshops included:

  • Sex Education for the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Community,
  • APIDA Sexuality,
  • Sex Education for Gender Minority Youth,
  • Sexual Coercion in Youth Relationships,
  • Sexual Health Education Through a Reproductive Justice Lens,
  • Discussing Pleasure in Sexual Health Education
  • Sex Education for System Involved Youth, and more.

This Event Featured Plenary Speakers:

Andrea Barrica, CEO and Founder of O.school

Dr. Sara Flowers, Vice President of Education at Planned Parenthood Federation of America

Other Speakers Included:

  • Alana Garret-Ferguson, New Voices for Reproductive Justice
  • Bill Taverner, MA, CSE, The Center for Sex Education
  • Grace Schoenberger, Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio
  • Katherine McLaughlin, M.Ed, CSE, Elevatus Training
  • Kimberly Fuller, PhD, Katherine Clonan-Roy, PhD, Shereen Naser, PhD, and Elizabeth Goncy, PhD, Cleveland State University
  • Sophia Antoun, MA International Education Development, The Ohio State University, Office of Student Life Multicultural Center
  • Valerie Sedivy, Healthy Teen Network
  • Wendasha Jenkins Hall, PhD, The Wendasha Group, LLC

Thank You To Our Sponsor:

LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland - Bronze Level Sponsor

Watch some highlights from last year's Ohio Sex Education Summit.

Watch some highlights from last year's Ohio Sex Education Summit.



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