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Click the links to find information about The STI Project:
- The STI Project – About The STI Project and its overall purpose, recent awards and links to detailed posts about the website’s vision, mission and values, bucket list (our goals), branding/website design, as well as the inspiration behind our logo
- Founder, Jenelle Marie Pierce – About the Founder and Executive Director of The STI Project, Jenelle Marie Pierce, and why she launched The STI Project in April of 2012 along with additional information about her educational background, recent awards, etc.
- Services – Descriptions of our interactive services, resources, external outreach, and details about opportunities for speaking engagements, tabling events, and more
- Press Coverage – The most recent coverage of events, printed works, appearances, and radio, television or online interviews
- Our Contributors – From Sexologists and Sexual Health Educators to STI Testing Experts, these are the folks we’ve brought on as contributors to write for us and to answer reader’s questions
- Medical Network – Medical Review, provided by members of our extensive medical network, ensures that our content is accurate, current, and patient-focused
- Our Supporters – Participating organizations who’ve explicitly expressed their support for The STI Project and its mission and have agreed to be featured
- Advertise – Information about advertising on the website – banner sizes, availability, pages, placement, and pricing structure
- Contact – How to contact The STI Project or Jenelle Marie Pierce for interviews, to submit a personal interview or short story, inquire about advertising, or ask direct questions, etc. – the contact form links directly to our email address and all inquiries will be answered as soon as possible
These pages are updated frequently. Should you have a suggestion on how we can improve, or if you’d like us to include something new that you had hoped to find here, please do not hesitate to contact us via the contact form. We love suggestions and find the input of our readers to be our best resource in making The STI Project a high quality reference tool for those who have or think they might have contracted a sexually transmitted disease or infection, those who are living with a sexually transmitted disease or infection, and those who care about someone with a sexually transmitted disease or infection.