Academia

I’m an adjunct professor in the Washington DC metro area. ( Curriculum Vitae)

Courses Offered at Montgomery College

HE-204, Women’s Health

HE-112, Health Issues in Sexuality

GS-102, Understanding LGBT Identities

WS-101, Introduction to Women’s Studies (offered online and on campus)

Current Projects

  1. Working with my colleague, Lani Ka’ahumanu, on an updated 25th anniversary edition of Bi Any Other Name: Bisexual People Speak Out, including an e-version; and
  2. Continuing to investigate the intersections between spirituality, sexuality, sex work, and sexual healing, across a variety of platforms, cultures and modalities from my dissertation’s findings.

Recent Accomplishments

  • 2011-2013 – Developed a new, three-credit, transferable course for Montgomery College: “Understanding LGBT Identities” was created in collaboration with Montgomery College’s Curriculum Committee, the Pride staff/faculty organization, and the Women’s Studies program.
  • September 2013 – Attended a White House Roundtable to present “Bisexual Awareness Training” for key Obama administration officials as part of a contingent of 33 national bisexual activists.
  • August 2013 – Served with ABilly S. Jones-Hennin as co-chair of the planning committee for Washington DC’s “Celebrate Bisexuality Day” on September 23, which was made official by Mayor Vincent Gray’s proclamation.
  • September 2012 – Donated my personal papers from four decades of multi-issue social justice activism to the Sophia Smith collection at Smith College.
  • June 2012 – Honored in Montgomery College’s Photographic Exhibit “Portraits of Life: LGBT Stories of Being” that features lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Montgomery County residents who have contributed to the success of the county.
  •  November 2010 – Created the first LGBT anti-bullying statement endorsed by Montgomery College
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