Dana Fadel is an activist, advocate, educator, and facilitator, who is committed to working for people in need of adequate information about their sexual health and well-being. She began her journey in sex education in college as a peer educator, and since then has been certified through Planned Parenthood. Frustrated at society’s lack of resources and access to information about sexual health, her commitment led her to create a variety of forums. She founded and co-facilitates Sex of Self, a women’s sexuality workshop group, and wrote a crowdsourcing sex advice column, “In Layman’s Terms,” for the Portland Phoenix. Since 2013, Dana has been volunteering with the Sexual Assault Response Services of Southern Maine on the Crisis and Support Line. Currently, Dana teaches a sex ed class called “Not Yer Momma’s Sex Ed,” at Wayfinder Schools in New Gloucester, Maine, as well as educates young parents in the Passages program.