Eli R. Green is a formally trained and certified sexuality educator, and scholar in gender and sexuality studies. He is currently finishing his PhD in Sexuality Studies at Widener University, where he is researching the effectiveness of transgender-related education at reducing prejudice towards transgender and gender non-conforming people. Eli currently teaches undergraduate sexuality and psychology courses at Montgomery County Community College, Philadelphia University and William Paterson University. His scholarly publications include work on the politics of transgender inclusion in feminist spaces, creating transgender-inclusive sexuality education, and best practices when teaching undergraduate sexuality courses. His recent publications include:
- McKee, R. W., Green, E. R., Hamarman, A. (2012). Foundational Best Practices for Teaching Sexuality Online. American Journal of Sexuality Education 7(4): 378-403.
- Green, E. R. (2010). Shifting Paradigms: Moving Beyond “Trans 101″ in Sexuality Education. The American Journal of Sexuality Education. v5(1). 1-16. (Download for personal use only).
In his work as a diversity and inclusion consultant, he helps non-profits, service and medical providers, and educational professionals expand their transgender-related cultural competency. Eli also provides NCAA trainings on diversity and inclusion through David M. Hall & Associates, and LGBTQ Cultural Competency trainings for the NYC Administration of Children’s Services contracted providers. Eli’s recent webinar on Transgender, Sexuality & Trauma: A Context of Care for Service Providers with FORGE is available here, free of charge.