Hannah Dismer is a certified sexuality educator, social worker, and an intersectional feminist who works to create positive social change.
Education: Dismer earned their bachelor’s degrees in Women & Gender Studies and Sociology from the University of Missouri. They went on to graduate school at Washington University in St. Louis where they earned their Master of Social Work and Master of Public Health. They hold a graduate certificate from Washington University in St. Louis in Violence & Injury Prevention, with specific focus on violence against women.
License: Dismer is Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of Illinois.
Certifications: Dismer is a Certified Sexuality Educator through the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists.
Career: They have worked in relationship and sexual violence prevention, sexual health education (in school and community settings), clinical research, and in reproductive and sexual health care. Dismer envisions a world free from stigma and shame surrounding human experience, with free access to accurate information and quality health care.
Interests: Sexuality. Reproductive Justice. Sexual Health & Wellness. Abortion Care. Menstrual Equity. Mental Health.
Hobbies: Dungeons & Dragons. Table-Top Gaming. Video Games. Drawing. Swimming. Dancing like nobody’s watching.