Angie Foster-Lawson (she/her/hers) is a sexuality and health educator, consultant, and graphic designer based in Brooklyn, New York. In addition to pursuing her MEd in Sexuality Education from Widener University’s Center for Human Sexuality Studies, Angie is currently a Health Education Consultant for the New York City Department of Education’s Office of School Wellness Programs and a student teacher of Health Education at Bard High School Early College, Manhattan. Before becoming an educator, Angie obtained her BFA in Graphic design from College for Creative Studies in Detroit, MI. Working for years as a designer for Pentagram and then BuzzFeed on local and global design projects in New York City, Angie values deeply the impact design has on the lives of all people. Sexuality and health education, not unlike successful graphic design, requires cultural and contextual problem-solving skills and clear, effective communication. Angie is committed to fostering agentic sexual people across the entire lifespan, meeting learners at their unique intersection of identities and experiences in order to translate personal ethics into social justice. For educational inquiries or to learn more about Angie Foster-Lawson, please contact her here.