Amee Wurzburg is a public health professional and trainer who has worked globally and domestically in the fields of youth sexual health, LGBTQ health and rights, HIV/AIDS, and sexual violence prevention and response. After several years working on sexual health projects in Kenya and India, she has spent three years in higher education facilitating conversations about sexual violence and consent with over 500 students a year. She also spent a year supporting a multi-site public health study abroad program in India, South Africa, and Brazil where she facilitated conversations about anti-oppression, social justice, power, privilege, and identity with diverse groups of college students. Most recently, Amee worked on a CDC cooperative agreement providing training and technical assistance on sexual health education and services to 28 school districts around the U.S. Amee has a deep passion for bringing people together across differences to fight for human rights. She received her MPH from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her B.A. in History from Barnard College of Columbia University.
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