As part of the support and supervision Bianca offers she is an AASECT certified sexuality educator and supervisor. She focuses on supporting Black, Indigenous, People of Color, immigrant people, and working class communities. Read Bianca’s Statement for AASECT Sex Education Supervisor Certification


  • Consultation on Equity and Justice
  • Training on Microaggressions, Justice frameworks, and Humanization
  • Writing Conference Proposals
  • Editing (dissertation, research, for publication)
  • Creating Curricula and Lesson Plans
  • Capacity Building and Training on Sexuality Topics and Themes
  • Accountability and Community Restitution

Working with organizations to help them meet and thrive in their justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts is our specialty. Bianca received an honnorary doctorate for her work over the past two decades to include JEDI in the US Sexuality field. She has collaborated with brilliant community members to offer a variety of support. Read more below about our approach.


We are called on to do this work because of our commitment to social change. We know that change work is foundational, multi-layered, and challenging, and we work closely with clients to clarify their vision and support their organizational capacity to create and sustain the change they aspire to embody. Our belief is that communities can develop this capacity when equipped with the necessary skills and tools.

Oftentimes change work is singularly driven by a sense of urgency, rather than centering the humanity of the individuals and communities that are called to transform. We propose a more holistic model. Our approach acknowledges the body/mind connection, somatic responses, and visceral experiences of the labor, the failure, and the successes involved in doing justice and equity work. 

We value connection and collaboration and we work to build relationships of trust among colleagues.