Lyndsey Godwin is the Assistant Director for the Carpenter Program in Religion, Gender, and Sexuality at Vanderbilt Divinity School. With over a decade as a sexuality educator and community facilitator, she works to connect academics, activist, organizers, artists, faith leaders, and educators in order to have deeper conversations and develop more impactful justice practices. She primarily approaches her work looking at religion, gender, and sexuality first, and prioritizes learner-centered, practical approaches that seek to honor insectionality and disrupt/dismantle systems of oppression and white supremacy. She’s a queer, white, feminist facilitator who is seeks to develop anti-racist, liberatory spaces that center engaged, shared learning. She serves as the Co-Chair for “Team Liberation” for Healthy and Free Tennessee; and is the Secretary for the SisterSong Board of Directors.