EDIT Program Releases Community Spotlight Podcast with Heather Corinna

EDIT Community Spotlight logoISGMH’s Evaluation, Data Integration, and Technical Assistance (EDIT) program recently released the second episode of their Community Spotlight Podcast. This podcast features a series of conversations with advocates, health educators, and researchers highlighting the importance of community engagement in improving the health and wellbeing of SGM individuals.

The guest for their second episode was Heather Corinna, the founder and executive director of Scarleteen, a queer-led independent, grassroots sexuality and relationships education and support organization and website. ISGMH staff members Rachel Marro and Beth Ann Hamilton spoke to Heather about the importance of comprehensive and inclusive sex education, as well how Scarleteen has evolved since its creation twenty years ago

The episode can be streamed on iTunes, Spotify, Overcast, Pocket Casts, and Google Podcasts. Follow EDIT on Twitter to stay updated on future Community Spotlight Podcast episodes!

Beth Ann Hamilton, Heather Corinna, and Rachel Marro at the taping of EDIT's Community Spotlight Podcast.

Beth Ann Hamilton, Heather Corinna, and Rachel Marro at the taping of EDIT’s Community Spotlight Podcast.