Liz Walker is an accredited sexuality educator, speaker, author, and Director of Health Education at Culture Reframed: the global lead in solving the public health crisis of the digital age. Liz is an exceptional communicator and passionate advocate for children and young people, and chairs the Australian organisation Porn Harms Kids: addressing the harms of children and young people accessing online pornography. Well connected internationally, Liz regularly provides consultancy to government, non-profit, and professional organisations.

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Liz has a proven track record in developing and delivering school and parent education in her role as Managing Director of Youth Wellbeing Project. Educators throughout Australia and internationally utilise BODY IQ and RELATIONSHIP IQ programs, underpinned by holistic sexuality education principles. Liz delivers keynotes, student cohort presentations, parent workshops, and professional development throughout Australia and New Zealand. Liz also is a regular contributor to media outlets. Initially trained in Community Welfare, Liz furthered her education at Sydney University and specialised in Sexual Health (Master of Health Science). Liz provides strategies to counteract porn culture through a ‘Critical Porn Analysis’ approach. Her work includes the children’s book: Not for Kids!  This book is a ‘must have’ for parents and professionals to prepare kids for the inevitable occasion of when they will see explicit imagery. Liz is also a regular contributor to bella rae magwriting articles that cut through culture and consider the more complex aspects of sexuality.

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