In addition to her education and career, Wendy Sellers has a unique perspective on the subject of puberty. Having experienced her own wonder years as a girl, she has also helped many other people to understand what it is like to go through these periods.
About Wendy Sellers
Wendy Sellers is an HR expert and thought leader. She has over 25 years of experience in the field and helps organizations develop management training that is tailored to their unique environment.
She is an HR consultant, author, trainer, and advisor. Her services include developing human resource strategies, training, and leadership development. You can also count on her for her expertise in the field of healthcare, public safety, and corporate culture. She has held numerous titles including president of the Michigan School Health Coordinators’ Association and the American School Health Association.
Her credentials include a Master of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences and a graduate level certificate in Sexual Health. Additionally, she has received a number of certifications, including an AASECT designation as a Sexuality Educator. Other notable accolades include being named as a Fellow of the ASHA in 2019. This honor is the association’s highest award given to a health professional.
She is a witty, friendly, and down-to-earth worker. She is a member of multiple non-profits, and has served on several boards.
For the past three decades, Wendy Sellers has advocated for health education for students. She is a consultant, speaker, author, and educator. In addition to her role as a health educator, she is also the founder of Health4Hire, Inc.
As an educator, Wendy Sellers has developed innovative curricula for 4th-6th graders. She is an expert in the field of sexuality education, and has received a number of awards for her contributions to sex education.
Currently, Wendy serves as a professor at Winthrop College. She has also served as a board member for several non-profit organizations. In addition, she has been a part of the National School Health Coordinator program.
Additionally, Wendy is a certified sexuality educator. In the past, she has worked with migrant populations, rural health clinics, and in the Peace Corps. Her style is direct and realistic, and she always gets the point across.
Wendy has served as a member of the American School Health Association (ASHA) Board of Directors, as well as chair of the ASHA Advocacy and Coalitions Committee. In 2019, she was named a Fellow of ASHA.
Wendy Sellers is a nationally recognized author and speaker on issues related to health and education. She is also the founder of Health4Hire, Inc., a company dedicated to providing comprehensive sexuality education to students across the country. As a former Peace Corps volunteer in Nicaragua, she has developed an expertise in international social work. Her books have been optioned for television and film, and have been translated into 23 foreign languages. She is currently a professor of social work at Winthrop University.
Wendy’s career began when she worked as an assistant controller for Screg U.S. Corporation and later became an analyst for Credit Suisse. She went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and a master’s in Family and Consumer Sciences.
As an expert in the luxury real estate market, Wendy has built a successful career. Since 2002, she has been representing clients in the New York City area. In her first year, she was awarded the Rookie of the Year award. A couple of years later, she was named on the Forbes “High Net Worth” list. During this time, she served as the on-air correspondent for CNBC’s “High Net Worth” program.
Puberty: The Wonder Years
Puberty: The Wonder Years is an easy to use, comprehensive puberty curriculum that helps students build healthy relationships with peers, family, and adults. It is designed for grades four through six. In addition to lessons, the curriculum includes student resources, teacher tools, and a family engagement plan.
The curriculum is designed in three tiers with six lessons per tier. Each tier includes age-appropriate resources that teach healthy relationship skills, postpone sexual activity, and promote respect. This helps teachers implement consistent, effective programs across the school.
The curriculum is aligned to the National Health Education Standards and the English Language Arts Common Core standards. It includes student and teacher materials, discussion topics, rubrics, and assessment tools. Teachers can print classroom materials, or access the material online. Parents can also participate in the program, and family engagement materials provide support for teaching the puberty curriculum at home.
The program is designed to provide teachers with all of the tools they need to teach the comprehensive, age-appropriate puberty education that students need. It is also written in a way that makes it easier for teachers to implement.