Who's on Episode 1?

Megan Andelloux had a career as an award winning, nationally recognized sexuality educator and clinical sexologist. She traveled across North America for 19 years, lecturing at the finest higher educational institutions and medical schools about sexual desire and pleasure and advocating for the inclusion of sexual health in the healthcare field. Megan created the 501c3 organization The Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health, was an adjunct instructor for the Warren Alpert School of Medicine, authored and contributed to books and curricula, and consulted with individuals who were looking to become more comfortable in their sexuality. Megan is now a hospice volunteer in Rhode Island.

 

 

Rory Obadia Schonning is lover of inclusive humor, bold subtlety and corruption of convention.  As a white-queer-jew-by-choice, he thinks a lot about the meanings of justice and belonging in pursuit of Palestinian rights, #BlackLivesMatter and evolving Jewish space.

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Moe Lionel Both a hospice nurse and an artist, Moe Lionel focuses on the intersections between genealogy, disease, trauma, the body, (in)equity, and palliationHe yearns for and in moments, finds hope for a world where it is a little bit easier to breathe (until it's not). Moe Lionel lives in South Minneapolis. You can reach him through the interwebs at

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rabbi Amy Goodman serves as Rabbinic Director for Hebrew SeniorLife (HSL) Hospice Care. In this role she has administrative responsibilities over spiritual/pastoral, bereavement, and complementary care as well as volunteer services for HSL’s Jewish hospice program. Previously she was Associate Director of Development for MJHS Foundation in New York City, where she also was Director for the Center for Jewish End of Life Care. Rabbi Goodman is graduated with distinction from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and received her rabbinic ordination from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion.