Dr. Zelaika S. Hepworth Clarke is a Pan African sexosopher, cultural and clinical sexologist, sexual epistemologist, sexecologist, African centered social worker, and decolonizing autoethnographer. Dr. Hepworth Clarke received a Bachelor’s degree in Sexuality, Culture and Oppression at New York University, and has studied internationally in Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Trinidad, Cuba and the Netherlands. In 2012, Dr. Hepworth Clarke obtained a Masters in Social Work and Masters in Education of Human Sexuality from Widener University as well as a certificate from the National Academy for African-Centered Social Work. In 2014, Dr. Hepworth Clarke conducted decolonizing research in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil for her dissertation. Dissertation research focused on exploring Osunality, an African-centered, sex-positive, post-colonial paradigm that affirms sexual pleasure and the erotic. Zelaika received a Ph.D. at the Center for Human Sexuality Studies in 2015. Dr. Hepworth Clarke is committed to increasing sexual multiepistemic literacy, epistemic justice and diversity, human empowerment, and sexual/sensual liberation.