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Sexuality and Aging Training Institute at the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit on August 4, 2016

You’ll be in great company.  Our keynote speakers this year are Mandy Carter and Roberta Rubin Greene.  They are award-winning, insightful, cutting-edge, and, above all, very approachable.

Mandy Carter, a Nobel Prize nominee, long-time LGBT activist, member of the Obama National LGBT Steering and Policy Committee, co-founder of Southerners On New Ground (SONG), and past Woodhull Award recipient, has done the hard work of organizing grassroots networks, especially of people of color, throughout the South. Her work has been essential to the inclusion of sexuality issues as social justice issues.Mandy Carterroberta greene

Roberta R. Greene, PhD, LCSW, has worked with older adults and their families, marriage and family therapy, as well as refugee resettlement, she was instrumental in passing the 1987 Nursing Home Reform Act (OBRA). Dr. Greene is the author of 13 books, numerous research articles, and is a recipient of the 2004 NASW Pioneer Award and the AGE-SW 2005 Career Achievement Award.

At the Sexuality and Aging Training Institute at the Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit on August 4, 2016 in Washington, DC you can explore these and other vital questions.

And if you want to hear more about what the experts are saying, please join us in Washington on August 4th.  Who knows, maybe we’ll be quoting you next year!  We’d love to hear from you.  You can email us at SAConsortium@widener.edu.   And please like our page on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

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