Jamie Heather Sclafane, MS, MCHES® is a Sexuality Educator who provides education and guidance to schools, children, teenagers and their families.
Jamie served as the Director of Program Development and Implementation at Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s Preventive Intervention Research Center for Child Health (Bronx, NY) and has designed, planned, implemented and facilitated many other workshops for parents, children, adolescents and college students in NY and NJ. She has published several peer reviewed journal articles on techniques that can be utilized in sexual health interventions.
Jamie is currently an adjunct faculty member in both the Department of Public Health, and the Department of Community and Social Justice Studies at William Paterson University of New Jersey, the Department of Public Health at Montclair State University, and the Department of History and Social Sciences at Middlesex County College. She holds a Master of Science in Allied Health Studies (with concentrations in Counseling and Child & Family Health) from the College of Mount Saint Vincent. Jamie is a mother of 3 and enjoys sharing her expertise in sexuality education with other parents, so they can have a lifelong, stress free, conversation with their children about sexuality.