Misha Frazier: Advocate for InterSEXtional Thinking

• Sex Educator
• Sex Expert
• Polyamory
• Sexuality Advocate
• Black sexuality
• Sexuality education
• Intimacy coordination

Biography, Degrees and Certifications:

Highly talented professional with a background as an intuitive educator, enthusiastic and result oriented volunteer. Demonstrated ability to teach, motivate, and interact with diverse populations of students at a variety of academic levels. An articulate communicator who is proficient in developing educational workshops and public speaking.

PhD-Human Sexuality, California Institute of Integral Studies (Anticipated 2024)
M.Ed-Educational Leadership, High Tech High Graduate School of Education (2019)
BS-Athletic Training, Southeastern LA University (2016)

American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT)
Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS)
International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH)
International Society for Sexual Medicine (ISSM)
Women of Color Sexual Health Network (WOCSHN)
Institute for Women and Ethnic StudiesNew Orleans (IWES)
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc

Professional Philosophy:

As a ​sex educator, I encourage authenticity through poetry, storytelling, and critical discourse. I motivate individuals, couples, and groups to pursue liberation and advance social justice by intentionally creating spaces that highlight the value of their voices. Inspired by James Baldwin, I approach change by first acknowledging life that exists beyond the norms of society. When administering sexuality education, I center intersecting identities and focus on humanizing curriculum by connecting the individual and the information. Integrating personal experience and creative expression into my pedagogy normalizes authenticity and identifies how heteronormativity excludes individuals.

Range of Services/Programs Offered:

I offer programs that support in professional development​​ and sex education. My services include but are not limited to the following topics:
Sexual behavior and masturbation
Dating and relationships
Sexual exploration
Sexually transmitted infections
Strategies to improve sexual pleasure
Intersectionality and sexuality

Diversity, equity, and inclusion consultancy
Organization audits
(TIE) Transformation Through Intentional Identity Exploration and Education workshop series
Academic advising
Collegiate coaching

Keynote speaking
Stress management strategies
Dissecting depression
Challenging and interrupting offensive language

Areas of Specialization:

Program Management
Gender Identity & Analysis
Gender Inclusion
Sexual Health
Psychological Processes
Strategic Planning
Curriculum Design & Instruction
Relationship Building/Partnerships
Experiential Learning
Leadership & Navigation
Community Enrichment
Response to Intervention
Personal and Social Issues
Technology integration

Primary Audiences Served: