We believe that all children should have access to quality sexuality education, so that they can develop the skills they need to develop into healthy sexual adults.
We also believe that all children are equal, regardless of how they were conceived or how they became part of their family.
This means that our curriculum in designed so that all participants can learn about sexual health in a way that does not marginalize or leave them, their family, or anyone else, out of the story. It’s empowering to know that each and ever kid has the opportunity to build the skills they need to go out there and live their life to its fullest.
Rachel Ginocchio, MPH
Rachel holds a Master’s Degree in Public Health (MPH) with a focus in maternal and child health. She received her degree at the University of Washington as an MCHB Economics Fellow, and was awarded the Dean’s Letter of Recognition for Community Service.
Rachel directed two women’s reproductive health clinics, and served as a health communications specialist for the American Sexual Health Association. As a Genetics Community Planner, she assessed and developed a five-year strategic plan for genetics in Oregon and presented her work at numerous meetings and conferences.
Rachel spent eight years building her family through assisted reproduction and adoption. Her experience is detailed in All Roads Lead to Family (Brain Child, Fall 2013). She is now emerging from motherhood, poised to write, teach, speak, and present a modernized version of how humans make new humans and create family.
Rachel founded Roads To Family in 2017