Alison McKee, M.Ed. (she/her) is an accomplished sexuality educator with over 15 years leadership experience in both the higher education and non-profit sectors. Alison earned her undergraduate degree in Women’s Studies at Temple University, and her Master of Education in Human Sexuality from Widener University. Alison believes that sexual health and well-being is foundational to an individual’s ability to thrive. Promoting comprehensive sex education that centers the individual, and their lived experience, is always at the core of her professional work.
Alison spent the last five years as the Director of Temple University’s Wellness Resource Center. In this role she led the development, implementation, and evaluation of comprehensive health promotion and prevention programs that addressed the needs of a diverse student body and built institutional capacity to foster student well-being through training, technical assistance, and the development of resources for faculty and staff. She grew the department’s impact through grant funding, branding, and building strong collaborative relationships.
Prior to this, Alison served as the Senior Director of Education & Training for Planned Parenthood Keystone where she was responsible for oversight of all education and training programs for a 37-county territory. There she expanded educational offerings to more than 10,000 participants annually through community-based programming and outreach.
Alison has taught thousands of individuals in a variety of settings, including undergraduate and graduate level courses in human sexuality. She has also led professional development training focused on a wide range of topics related to human sexuality, mental well-being, inclusion, and suicide prevention.