David Mandell Joins the Ranks of Sexual Freedom Advocates
Washington, DC – November 3, 2015: – Woodhull Freedom Foundation, committed to the advancement of sexual freedom as a fundamental human right, announces the appointment of board member David Mandell. Mandell is President & CEO of The Private Gym, the first FDA-registered pelvic muscle exercise program promoting sexual, urinary and prostate health.
Called “better than Viagra” by Professor Grace Dorey in the New York Times, The Private Gym provides the first all natural solution to improving male sexual, prostate, and urinary health.
As a frontrunner in the male sexual exercise sector, Mandell shares Woodhull Freedom Foundation’s vision for a world that recognizes sexual freedom, including sexual expression, as the fundamental human right of all individuals.
It’s truly an honor to join the Board of the Woodhull Freedom Foundation,” said Mandell. “I am looking forward to working with the team to advance the important mission of the Foundation.”
David is an entrepreneur with high-level government and private sector business experience. In addition to creating the Private Gym, David is also currently the President & CEO of The Bardstown Bourbon Company. Prior to this, David was Vice President at the Aerospace Industries Association, President & CEO of The p.i.n.k. Spirits Company, Chief of Staff to Administrator Marion C. Blakey of the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) in Washington, DC, Counsel to the Chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board (“NTSB”), and a litigator at the law firm of Blank Rome in Philadelphia.
“Director Mandell is an innovator and a go-getter, and joins us with a complete understanding of and dedication to sexual freedom as a fundamental human right,” says Ricci Levy, Woodhull Freedom Foundation’s executive director. “Director Mandell has already had an impact on the 2016 Sexual Freedom Summit, and we are excited to be mapping out the work of the next five years for Woodhull with his voice, his vision and his experience.”
The Woodhull Freedom Foundation, founded in 2003, works to advance the recognition and acceptance of sexual, gender, and family diversity. We work to improve the well-being, rights and autonomy of every individual thru advocacy, education and action.
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