I bet you all are wondering who's behind the curtain at the upcoming Sex::Tech conference. Let the introductions begin …
Deb Levine is the Executive Director over here at ISIS Inc and “brings together experiential education and public health to harness technology for encouraging a positive outlook on sexuality and relationships.” She's currently working on contracting and finding sponsors for the conference, along with spreading the word about SexINFO, our groundbreaking text-based messaging referral service for San Francisco youth that she hopes to expand beyond the Bay Area. Deb’s dream project involves developing an dynamic new online sex ed game for classroom use.
Andy Woodruff is the Content Manager for ISIS Inc. He combs the Internet looking for links to sexual health services and new technologies, blogging about them regularly here: Technically, It's About Sex; Andy is primary for the Sex::Tech conference, taking the lead in finding new cool widgets and things we can showcase for you. He's also a very friendly fellow.
Eric Whitney is the Associate Director and our liaison for bringing public health into the 21st century. He is currently assisting a number of university researchers in their quest to use the Internet to collect data about people’s sexual behavior.
Jaime Lebrija is the System Administrator, overseeing various new media projects. He is also our resident problem solver and our office DJ.
Margaret Lucas is the Youth Outreach Coordinator, doing a little bit of everything for the organization. Her main focus is securing youth participation for the conference, developing programs to improve young people’s sexual health and relationships while keeping ISIS up-to-date with youth Internet usage trends. She’s currently constructing virtual homes for ISIS on MySpace and other social networking sites.