Passionate About Inspiring Others

I have worked in education for twenty years and taught at Rutgers University, Collegiate School for Boys, and the Branson School before embarking on the kind of   teaching I felt students really needed: the kind that can foster healthy relationships and sexual ethics.

When I'm not teaching, I'm deeply involved in communities and organizations striving to foster a world free of violence and injustice. I Co-Chair the Board of Center for Domestic Peace, an organization dedicated to ending domestic violence in Marin and beyond. I serve on the Board of FreedomFwd, which seeks to improve systems in San Francisco so that commercial sexual exploitation of youth is less likely and less harmful. I also serve on the Board of the Gaines-Jones Education Foundation, which creates educational opportunities for African American youth. In 2014, I co founded Asha Rising, a nonprofit that provides permanent housing for elderly women who have experienced stigma, poverty, homelessness, and gender-based violence after aging out of the sex industry. I also co founded Diasporadics, New York City's first arts and activism festival for marginalized voices in the South Asian diaspora.  Prior to that, I was a community organizer and Board member of Desh Pradesh, which was started by queer South Asians in Toronto   committed to providing a community platform for marginalized voices within the South Asian diaspora, including the voices of queer and gender variant folk, women, artists, people living with HIV and AIDS, refugees, and people living with disabilities. I speak widely on sexual literacy, sexual ethics, consent, and ending gender-based violence.

I’ve long been immersed in a world of teaching others how to navigate stories about gender, race, power, sexuality, colonization, communication, consent, and relationships.  A lifelong learner, I’m constantly thinking about these issues, reading about them, and, as I work with various school communities, parents, and students, tailoring my approach such that I can meet people  where they are. 

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