With more than 15 years experience teaching and training, Jenna facilitates professional development workshops and education sessions on varying sexuality and sexual health topics with an interest in program delivery for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, teens, people of size and people raising children. As a member of the Association for Size Diversity and Health, and a certified Be Body Positive Program facilitator, she supports people in examining diet culture and reclaiming their bodies. Jenna has a special skill for conveying complicated, sensitive information in a positive, accurate and nonjudgmental manner; always shame-free, comprehensive, and with a pleasure-positive approach. An intersectional approach is important to Jenna, reflecting the theory conceptualized by Kimberlé Crenshaw, JD, LLM., which emphasizes how collectively our identities affect our experiences and behaviors in relation to inequality, injustice, exploitation, and oppression.