Terri Clark has been doing work in sexuality education, training, and facilitation for nearly 25 years, and is currently the Coordinator of Prevention Services at ActionAIDS in Philadelphia, PA. Terri is a member of Widener University’s Consortium on Sexuality and Aging, and serves on the American Society on Aging’s Leadership Council of their LGBT Aging Issues Network (LAIN) constituent group. She is also an advisory board member of Philadelphia Corporation for Aging’s Prime Time Health Committee.
Terri has taught at the undergraduate and graduate levels for over 15 years, and developed a course entitled “Sexual and Gender Minority Health Disparities”. She has been a consultant to colleges and organizations to establish inclusive programming and services for lesbian, gay, and bisexual communities.
Terri is co-authoring and editing a teaching manual that includes over 50 lesson plans entitled “Orientation: Teaching about Identity, Attraction and Behavior” (expected publication Summer, 2016). She is currently working on a number of projects to advance the field of sexuality and aging, including the sexual health of older adults.
Throughout her career in public health, she has been an advocate for gender equality and sexual health across the lifecycle.
Terri is a graduate of Hunter College with a Master’s in Public Health, Community Health Education. She received her B.A. in Sociology and Communication from the University of Buffalo.