Craig Roberts is an epidemiologist and physician assistant with more than 30 years of clinical and research experience in public health and infectious disease. He holds an appointment as an Emeritus Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he worked as a manager and clinician in the sexual health clinic at University Health Services. He is a past chair of the Sexual Health Coalition of the American College Health Association. An expert in sexually transmitted infections, he consults and lectures frequently on topics relating to college population health and infectious diseases of young adults..
Beth Kruse is a nationally recognized author, speaker, and expert advisor in the field of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and family planning, and brings 25 years of experience in providing direct services for low-income and underserved clients from diverse ethnic, racial and cultural backgrounds. As the Lead Clinician for the Family Planning Program of Public Health Seattle King County, Beth is part of a team which provides patient-centered specialty care in SRH assessment, counseling, diagnosis and treatment; provision of a full range of family planning methods (including same-day IUDs); STI prevention, screening and management; pregnancy diagnosis and options counseling, and postabortion/postpartum family planning services. Beth's team is passionately committed to prevention, education and high quality health care for vulnerable and underserved members of their communities.