At YES! we are committed to providing high-quality, sex-positive, consent-based education to youth about every aspect of sexuality. Through our workshops, we expand participants' understanding of sexuality and provide them with tools to be more communicative, respectful, and safe.
We teach our workshops in a variety of settings, including public school, private schools, and churches with children and adults of all ages. In addition to teaching, we promote sex positive education through our blog, social media, and YouTube channel.
Isy graduated from Williams College with a degree in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. After college, she was trained as a sexuality educator by the Masakhane Center in Newark, NJ where she taught sex-positive sex ed to middle and high school students. Last year, she presented her original research on the intersections of sexuality education, shame, and rape culture at the Annual Conference of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists. She also has experience educating adults through her series of workshops about How to Talk to Kids about Sex. She currently works as a preschool teacher and a sexuality educator in Philadelphia.
Rebecca graduated from Montclair High School, and is working towards a degree in General Humanities and Classics at Montclair State University. Rebecca is an experienced educator, having worked as an art teacher at a Park Street Academy summer program, and a math teacher and tutor at Solomon Schecter Day School. She also has many years of childcare experience with children ages 1-13 years old. She worked for The Fund for the Public Interest, gaining experience with political campaigns and fundraising. She is excited to apply her teaching experience to sexuality education! Rebecca has a passion for cooking, and worked as the food stylist for ABC’s miniseries Madoff.
Rachel graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a degree in Education and Psychology and a Moderate Disabilities Teaching licenses. After graduating she worked at Spectrum 360 as a 1:1 Aide. She has previously worked with children in the capacity as a summer camp counselor, coach, teacher and currently tutors. Presently, she is at Montclair State University in their Speech Pathology and Communication Disorders Graduate Program.
Natalie graduated from Montclair High School in 2011, and is currently working towards her BA in Political Science and Dance at Montclair State University. She has extensive experience with blogging and social media, and has worked for a local elected official, writing both his newsletter and blog, and maintaining his databases. Natalie was a gymnast for 17 years and now teaches classes and coaches team at Diamond Gymnastics