At a Glance:Ricci Levy has been a Project Contributor since March 2008, has written 23 entries and currently lives in Washington, DC.
Ricci Levy has been engaged in sexual freedom activism for more than a decade. After a successful career in business consulting, serving as Senior VP, Director of Operations of CAP Index, Inc. and as President of R. J. Levy Consulting Inc., Ms. Levy formally entered the world of non-profit advocacy work. In 2002, she helped found The Woodhull Freedom Foundation and Federation. As the Executive Director and President of both the Foundation and the Federation, she has been instrumental in Woodhull's growing leadership in the sexual freedom movement. In partnership with The Task Force, Levy was a driving force in establishing a sexual freedom track at Creating Change, the largest annual LGBT political conference in the world. In 2006, under Levy's direction, the first Sexual Freedom Institute was offered at the conference. Levy serves on the Steering Committee of the Free Expression Network (FEN), the Advisory Committee of Causes in Common, and is on the Advocacy Advisory Committee of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT).
Ricci Levy: Recently Filed
Woodhull is pleased and excited to announce the launch of "MAKING SENSE OF SEX" - a series of interviews with experts in the sex industry, including performers, educators and activists. Read More
The Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance has just released The State of Sexual Freedom in the United States 2011 Report, an in-depth look at some of America's sexual freedom, health, politics, identity, and policy issues.Read More
Today is a good time to renew our commitment to the ongoing battle to secure the values of liberty, freedom and democracy that have been crushed in the response to the tragedy of 9/11.Read More
While I don't believe sexting ought to be a crime in all instances, I am pleased to see that Florida is taking a more measured approach than most states. Florida's SB 888 creates the crime of "sexting", the transmission of...Read More
Today is a big day for Woodhull as we put aside the name we've had since 2003 and adopt our new name - a name that better reflects who and what we are at Woodhull and the work that we...Read More