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The Deb Levin keynotes explore the importance of sexual education and why it is crucial for societies to have a means to discuss and take safe measures in preventing sexually transmitted diseases and HIV.
Levin is the Executive Director and Founder at ISIS, Inc. which is an organization that provides online and mobile educational resources in the areas of sexual and reproductive health, in order to promote healthy relationships. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the Cornell University as well as a Master’s Degree in Experiential Education from the New York University. Lastly, she attended Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health.
Levin has been working in the field of youth sexual health since 1993, after she discovered that she could reach out to a large audience of teens through the Internet. She created a persona called 'Go Ask Alice,' who encourages young teens to ask challenging questions they may have. President Clinton's Advisory Council Report on Education and the Internet has even cited some of her works.
Levine is the author of the book titled 'The Joy of Cybersex' (Ballantine, 1998) and has also co-authored works for the American Journal of Public Health and AIDSCare. Other big names for which she has written include advice columns for Yahoo!, AOL and Time-Warner. She has also been sourced by the media on the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and CNN. The Deb Levin keynotes are great educational tools for not only educators, but also for anyone looking for resources on sexual health information.
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