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is the NYT best-selling author of She Comes First, which has been translated into over a dozen languages and writes regularly for CNN on the topic of sex. He is a licensed psychotherapist and a nationally-recognized sexuality counselor with over 20 years of experience.
is a Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of British Columbia and holds a Canada Research Chair in Women's Sexual Health. She is a registered psychologist and the director of the UBC Sexual Health Laboratory where research primarily focuses on developing and testing psychological and mindfulness-based interventions around sexuality. She is the author of Better Sex Through Mindfulness: How Women Can Cultivate Desire.
is a recognized sex and intimacy expert, educator, coach and writer. She is the former Senior Editor of LA Yoga Magazine and is a featured contributor of Residence11. Zoë is trained in Sri Vidya tantra and is a certified co-active coach. You can learn more at zoekors.com.
is a sex educator, speaker, activist and the award-winning author of the New York Times bestseller, Come As You Are: the surprising new science that will transform your sex life. She currently works as the inaugural Director of Wellness Education at Smith College.
is a recognized sex and relationships researcher, educator and therapist. She is Associate Professor of Health Promotion and Director of the Sexual Health Promotion Lab at the University of Kentucky. She is also Affiliate Faculty at the Kinsey Institute.
is a certified sex therapist specializing in sexual identity/orientation and gender identity with over ten years of experience. He is the founder and director of Wise Therapy, which has helped numerous individuals from their offices in Brooklyn and Manhattan.
is a social psychologist and Research Fellow at The Kinsey Institute. He is author of the blog Sex and Psychology and the popular book Tell Me What You Want: The Science of Sexual Desire and How It Can Help You Improve Your Sex Life. Dr. Lehmiller is an award-winning educator and prolific researcher who has published more than 50 academic works, including a textbook titled The Psychology of Human Sexuality that is used in college classrooms around the world.
is a Somatic Psychologist, Certified Sex Therapist and Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist with a specialty in the recovery of sexual health after sexual trauma. She is an internationally-recognized psychotherapist and consultant, regarded as a pioneer in the clinical exploration of sex and technology.
is a Sexuality Doula and sex educator whose work focuses on decolonizing and unshaming sex, pleasure and identity. For the last decade, they’ve helped women and femme-identifying folks reclaim their unique sexual expressions and reconnect to their sensual bodies with digital courses and in-person workshops that create community and healing.
Sylveon Consulting helps individuals and organizations affirm the dignity of trans and gender nonconforming people. Reach out to them at sylveon.co.
Before founding Coral, Isharna was an investor at Embark Ventures, Director of Biz Ops at Steelhouse and Associate at BCG.
Prior to Coral, Lewis founded Flaxseed, a software consultancy based in Toronto, Canada.
Before joining Coral, Rob was Lead Backend Engineer at Garcon and Senior Engineer at Synacor.
Prior to Coral, Tarun helped build wealthy.in, a personal finance robo-advisory platform based in Bengaluru, India.
Before Coral Amy worked in digital marketing and project management for creative agencies.
Prior to Coral Amy was editor-in-chief at Yes Plz, a weekly print magazine.
Before Coral, Agatha was a staff writer at the Los Angeles Times.
Prior to Coral Rachel was working in e-commerce in California and Hawaii.
In addition to Coral, Abigail is a senior at USC where she is the president of Artemis, an organization that helps students explore and express intersectional feminism through creative work.