Founder & GirlBoss
Eileen created this platform for her younger self and peers. She wanted to make a online space where people can come to ask questions and talk about things the media doesn’t normally cover. She grew up attending Catholic school and experienced firsthand the negative effects of a lacking a proper sex education. This is her vision, even though she’s the first one to tell you that she can’t do it alone — that’s where the team comes in.
Ciarra is currently a fourth-year English student at UCLA. She is interested in learning and writing about the intersections of politics and the policing of women’s bodies. Originally from New Jersey, Ciarra spends her free time surfing, talking about the Golden Girls, or making veggie tacos.
Cate is a recent college graduate trying to keep creative in the corporate world. She is your typical Bay Area girl, fueled by boba and coffee shops. Cate has loved to write since a very young age and gives a lot of credits her writing with helping her make it through college. As a first generation Filipina-American, she praises her older sisters for teaching her everything a classroom couldn't. Catch her in a coffee shop looking at dog pages on Instagram or online shopping.
Nate is a writer and proofer interested in music and books. He’s committed to creating space for others to be themselves, including the freedom to embrace their sexuality. He admires people who leave room in their stories for the versions of themselves they’ve outgrown. In his downtime, Nate likes to sew with his wife, Sara.
Stella is a Religious Studies major at Occidental College in Los Angeles, CA. She writes and edits for her college publication The Occidental, and is a big fan of all things written and verbal: journaling, discussions, and poetry. Originally from Seattle, Stella credits her amazing mom for providing an open and communicative dialogue growing up around sex, life, and love. She spends her free time dancing, re-watching Parks and Rec., and ignoring her lactose intolerance.
Cienna is a New York based freelancer working in the fields of journalism, graphic design, and web design. Although her busy work schedule demands her attention the entire week and into the weekend, she never forgets to replenish herself on “C-bear Sunday’s,” a day set aside for self care and self love.
Social Media Intern
Helen is a writer based in Philadelphia and currently attends Temple University pursuing a B.A. in English Literature. She has formerly held a position in Education at the Barnes Foundation, is now an Assistant at the Fabric Workshop and Museum, and a contributing writer for Mind Fray. She spends her spare time exploring millennial dating, screaming about pop culture, and trying to perfect homemade dumplings. Jordan Jackson - Social Media Intern
Roni Bowen currently lives in Seattle where she studies biology and interdisciplinary visual arts at University of Washington. She’s interested in the intersection between art and science, and is looking towards a career in art therapy. In her free time she enjoys laying in the sun, playing guitar, and eating pickles.
Sophie is a Biology student at the University of California Santa Barbara. She found her passion for sex education after taking a Human Sexuality course her freshman year. She now works as a writer and editor for the Sociology Department's sex education website, SexInfoOnline. Sophie works for the editorial team, helping out with transcribing interviews, as well as writing content for the site.
Jess is currently studying Advertising and Marketing Communications at FIT and minors in Women and Gender Studies. Her interest in sex education stems from her lack thereof in high school, and a desire to address injustices for women and other marginalized groups of people.
Jasmine is a third year Culture and Media student at Eugene Lang College. She is fortunate enough to be surrounded by friends and family that promote diversity and progressive thinking at all times. She is a self-proclaimed feminist and southern belle who loves anything fried, as long as it is paired with a glass of wine and an episode of the Real Housewives of Atlanta.