Meera Seshadri is a public health professional working at the intersection of sexual health promotion and sexual violence prevention. Currently the Associate Director for Harvard University's Office of Sexual Assault Prevention & Response, she leads the design, development, and evaluation of comprehensive education services. She is passionate about mentoring young people into social change agents, packaging information in inventive ways, and advocating for inclusive and progressive cultural and social change. She holds a master's degree in adolescent health and development and health communication from Johns Hopkins' Bloomberg School of Public Health, and is a Subject Matter Expert on the Advisory Board for LiveSafe. Meera is a professional dancer, Intersectional Feminist, social justice advocate, and fierce Bay Area loyalist. Also, a lover of fantasy, cities by the sea, 63 - 75 degree weather, wordsmithing, urban wandering, and revolution. She serves as a Legislative Advocacy Committee Chair.