Al Craven has been a health educator since 1974 and has taught pre-K through university level students. After teaching K-13 in Ontario for several years and being a health consultant with the Hamilton Board of Education, Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA, Al worked for three years for TVOntario as an Education Officer specializing in effective use of media in sexuality education and HIV/AIDS Education. After moving to the U.S., Al has been a health specialist at the K-5 level, a Health Consultant and Coordinator at the Genesee Intermediate School District, is a Master-Trainer for Action Based Learning and currently teaches at Adrian College in the teacher preparation and health education program.
Su Nottingham has been in education with an emphasis on sexual health since 1984 at the K-12 level teaching semester sexuality courses for 9-12 grade students. Su is well known for developing student centered educational materials for sexuality and relationship education. These materials are embedded in several provincial and state programs and are widely utilized at the district level for elementary and secondary schools as well. For the past 15 years, Su has been a full time faculty member for the School of Health Sciences, Central Michigan University, School Health Education, teaching curriculum, methods in health and sexuality, health content courses, professional aspects of health education training future school health educators.