The goal of this conference is to connect agencies or individuals and create opportunities to share information, efforts, and best practices around sexual health across the lifespan.
We will celebrate the work of local and national sexual health professionals and encourage everyone to collaborate by bridging various disciplines of education, advocacy, and clinical care.
The indictment alleged that from February 2009 to April 2011, Lukinoff developed and pursued a plan to purchase a silencer and have a friend or family member store it until his release from prison.
Once released, Lukinoff planned to retrieve the silencer and his firearm and kill the agent.
The conference is targeted towards individuals across the sexual health field, including individuals in organizations involved in clinical care, education, reproductive health and justice, HIV/STDs, LGBTQ healthcare, advocacy, policy development, and overall sexuality from birth to death.
Lukinoff pleaded guilty to retaliating against a federal official by threat on June 20, 2012.
He is currently being held at the Federal Medical Center, Butner and is scheduled for release in 2024.
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