Justine Ang Fonte is the child of Philippine immigrants and a nationally-recognized intersectional health educator, speaker, and consultant.
She received her Master’s in Education in Teaching from the University of Hawai’i and her Master’s in Public Health in Sexuality from Columbia University.
She has been featured in The New York Times, CNN, The Atlantic, Business Insider, NPR, Glamour, and USA Today for her notable teaching career in sexuality education, and according to a Buzzfeed list, one of 13 sex educators teaching people what they really need to know when it comes to sex.
On Instagram, she’s known as “Your Friendly Ghostwriter,” composing the texts you avoid sending about setting your boundaries.
Justine is teaching courses in both the Seattle and online.
- Master’s in Education in Teaching from the University of Hawai’i
- Master’s in Public Health in Sexuality from Columbia University
- Philippine Daily Inquirer
- National Association of Independent Schools
- Parents Magazine
- NBC News Think