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Barbara Gross, MA, MEd, BCBA, LBA (Missouri), CSE (she/her)
is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator. She specializes in staff and caregiver training and development of sexual behavior intervention plans for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD), including autism spectrum disorder. She also works to coordinate with educators to promote equity in access to comprehensive sexuality education for children with disabilities. Other areas of practice and research interests include pornography literacy, abuse prevention for children and adults with disabilities, and dissemination of behavior analysis and the potential it offers to promote healthy sexuality for people of all abilities.

Camille (Cammie) Morgan, MSC, BCBA, LBA (Hawai’i) (she/her)
is the podcast creator and host of Love, Sex, and Applied Behavior Analysis. Hi. My name is Camille “Cammie” Morgan. My pronouns are she/her. I reside in Honolulu, HI by way of metropolitan Detroit, Michigan with my fiancé. I am a Black, lesbian, cisgender woman. I say this because each of my identities shows up in my work every single day, and it is important to me to show others that may identify with any of my identities that they too can do great things as they live out loud in various ways. I earned my bachelor’s degree from Western Michigan University where I studied Psychology and Gender & Women’s studies. After graduating, I began my journey into the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) working in clinical settings. I earned my master’s degree from Nova Southeastern University where I studied Counseling and Applied Behavior Analysis. I am a Board Certified Behavior Analyst working with scholars with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and advocating for racial and social justice. I currently work as a school-based behavior analyst and I am a remote supervisor and tutor for ABA students. I have a few special interests in the field of ABA, including diversity and inclusion training and Organizational Behavior Management (OBM). I am a 14-year ovarian cancer survivor, so my work also includes advocating and spreading awareness about the “silent killer”. In my free time, I binge watch tennie-bopper shows on Netflix (Riverdale and The Originals are my faves), hike scary looking trails here on Oahu, and online shop as a mode of therapy. :)

Janani Vaidya, MS, BCBA (they/them) 
is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst with the Louisiana Contextual Science Research Group. They completed their Master of Science at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. They coauthored Supporting Ontogenic and Cultural Compassion Building for the LGBTQ2IA Community in the forthcoming book A Scientific Framework for Compassion and Social Justice: Lessons from Applied Behavior Analysis (Sadavoy & Zube, In Press).

Landa Fox, BCBA (she/her)

is a BCBA and Sexual Health Educator living and working in Lekwungen Territory (now called Victoria, British Columbia, Canada). She has formed a practice by merging her interests of teaching fundamental skills to folks of various abilities and sexual health and relationship education. She believes that access to inclusive, accessible, and accurate sexual health education is a fundamental human right that should be afforded to all. Areas of passion include: individualized teaching of sex education; teaching content and body autonomy early; and access to pleasure for all.

Morrigan Hunter (they/them)
is an autistic self-advocate who is very passionate about having conversations about neurodivergent sexuality and have been leading workshops on consent, neurodiversity, and intimate partner violence for the last four years. They are very interested in envisioning a world without various forms of systemic violence as well as a world where neurodivergent sexuality is celebrated. They are currently working on their MSW at Portland State University and someday hope to pursue a PhD to research violence prevention for the disability community.  

Oswin Latimer (fae/they)
is a lifelong advocate for practices and policies of issues of importance to autistic people. Faer experience in leadership, educating, research, and public advocacy for issues surrounding autistic people have made them a highly respected consultant, public speaker, and presenter both nationally and locally.

Worner Leland, MS, BCBA (they/them)
is an agender, neurodivergent human, a researcher and educator at Upswing Advocates and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at Empowered: A Center for Sexuality. For the past several years, Worner has also served as a sex educator with a focus on expanding affirming sexual education, consent education, and education on sexuality and data collection, and their research has focused on intimacy-related behaviors in the queer community. Worner is also a Past President and the current Research and Dissemination Liaison of the ABAI Sexual Behavior Research and Practice SIG.

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