Emily NagoskiEmily Nagoski is the author of the New York Times bestseller, COME AS YOU ARE: The surprising new science that will transform your sex life (Simon & Schuster, 2015). She has a Ph.D. in Health Behavior with a doctoral concentration in human sexuality from Indiana University (IU), and a Master’s degree (also from IU) in Counseling, with a clinical internship at the Kinsey Institute Sexual Health Clinic. She also has a B.A. in Psychology, with minors in cognitive science and philosophy, from the University of Delaware. While at IU, Emily worked as an educator and docent at the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex Gender and Reproduction. She also taught graduate and undergraduate classes in human sexuality, relationships and communication, stress management, and sex education.

Emily is a sought-after speaker and trainer around issues of sexual health, consent, relationships. (here’s a map of her speaking events, and here is a calendar of them). To invite Emily to speak at your event, click here!

Here are some past events:

Middlebury College
Western New England University
Boston University
Landmark College
Wellesley College
Colby College
Williams College
Mount Ida College
Johnson & Wales University
Harvard University
Amherst College
UMass Dartmouth
The University of Alabama
Wellesley College
University of Delaware
Marlboro College
Leeds Beckett University

Sugar the Shop
Come As You Are
Good Vibrations Polk St
She Bop
Good Vibrations Brookline
Early to Bed
Tool Shed
Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health

audiobookShe is the author of three guides for Ian Kerner’s GoodInBed.com: The Good in Bed Guide to Orally Pleasuring a Man, The Good in Bed Guide to Female Orgasms, and A Scientific Guide to Successful Relationships, as well as both author and narrator of Come as You Are.

A sex nerd among sex nerds, Emily has the lowest Erdős number of any sex educator in the world. She lives in western Massachusetts with two dogs, two cats, and a cartoonist. She’s funnier in real life (and hardly ever speaks in the third person). You can read her only-slightly-outof-date CV here (PDF).