Logan Sand (they/them)
Logan has been with Lutheran Social Service’s Seeing and Exploring Life’s Future (LSS SELF) Program since 2017 and has been a sexuality educator since 2014. Their teaching philosophy is to provide anti-oppression and social justice focused sexuality education with a particular focus on consent, personal autonomy, and gender inclusion. Prior to joining LSS, Logan worked in counseling training and curriculum development for Family Tree Clinic in St. Paul, MN, taught Introduction to Human Sexuality at Montgomery County Community College in Pennsylvania, and currently serves as an adjunct professor at Adler Graduate School. Logan has an M.Ed. in Human Sexuality Education from Widener University (Chester, PA), a B.A. in Neuroscience Studies and Psychology from Macalester College (St. Paul). They were a presenter at the National Sex Ed Conference in 2017 and was published in the American Journal of Sexuality Education in 2018.
Areas of Expertise: Sexual health, sex ed, sexuality education, sexuality, sexual development, development, education, consent, healthy relationships, gender, gender identity, gender inclusion, LGBTQ+, consent education
Willing to Travel:
Willing to Travel in Home State
Willing to Negotiate
Flat Rate: $150-$200 per hour