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Health inequities persist for LGBTQIA2S+ young people both locally and nationally, particularly in relation to sexual and reproductive well-being. Most evidence-based sexual health education curricula address neither the information that directly apply to LGBTQIA2S+ youth nor best practices for truly engaging LGBTQIA2S+ youth in sex education. This training will equip educators with the tools they need to effectively neutralize their language, expand engagement strategies, and implement curricula adaptations to effectively serve LGBTQIA2S+ youth. This training is intended for anyone implementing a sex education program with young people and the supervisors that support them. Attendees should have attended Sexual Health Education Essentials prior to registering for this session.
**Trainings are provided at no-cost to Amplify partner organizations. Scholarships are also available thanks to the generous support of our funders. Email email@example.com or use the contact button below for more information about training scholarships.
Registration will close one week prior to the training date, or when registration reaches capacity.
Tammy Delocéano (they/all pronouns) serves as Program Coordinator for Amplify Youth Health Collective where they serve as a trainer, social media expert, and facilitate Amplify’s Youth Leadership Council. Tammy has seven years of youth-centered programming experience in Tulsa and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Hope Testing. Tammy believes strongly in the power of positive representation and meaningful participation for marginalized groups in society, particularly young people.
Jennifer Briggs, LMSW
Jennifer Briggs (she/her) is a Licensed Master Social Worker and trained sexuality educator. She earned her Master of Social Work from the University of Oklahoma in 2014 and has a decade of experience at the intersection of public health and community-based social work. Since 2019, Jenny has served as Program Director for Amplify Youth Health Collective, the backbone organization supporting a collective of partners aiming to improve adolescent sexual health in Tulsa County. Previously, Jenny served as a sexuality educator for four years. She has also worked with justice-involved youth, adults living with HIV/AIDs, and supported family planning access for young people.