Abby Rinderle


Abby is a fourth-year studying Public Health and Geography. She founded SASHA back in November of 2017 after seeing the need at OSU and learning about the Sex Week movement occurring across the United States. Abby is planning to go to graduate school to study epidemiology, specifically the diseases of maternal and child health.

When she is not writing frigid third-person bios of herself, she can be found futilely fighting for her cat’s affection, admiring Frida Kahlo’s art, or exploring the burgeoning vegan fare in Columbus.


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Elaine Louden

Vice President

Elaine is a fourth-year studying Public Health and Spanish. She decided to join SASHA and the Sex Week Movement because she wants to change the narrative of Sex Ed on college campuses. She was shocked when a research project taught her that very few of her peers at OSU received factual and scientific Sex Ed growing up and even fewer used condoms or received recommended testing. Elaine intends on attending graduate school to study Health Policy and International Development. 

While taking a break from her studies, you can find her planning her next backpacking trip, curling up with a warm cup of coffee and anything from Oprah's Book Club, or baking some sort of dessert

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Abby Nutter


Abby is a fourth year studying Political Science with minors in Economics, History, and Legal Foundations of Society. She's tailored her studies to focus on gender inequity, which inspired her interest in both SASHA and the Sex Week Movement. She believes that requiring medically accurate and relatable sexual health education is an important component of working towards gender equality in our country.

When she's not rattling off her mouthful of minors to people, Abby enjoys listening to true crime podcasts, consuming plenty of pastries and obsessively checking in on political current events.


brooke beeler


Brooke is a Senior studying Neuroscience and Spanish here at Ohio State. She plans to join the healthcare field after finishing her education, and she is passionate about equitable and comprehensive access to care. These interests led Brooke to get involved with SASHA as a way to help provide much needed sex education to OSU students. 

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Isabella Niemeyer


Isabella is a fourth-year studying Geography, French, and International Relations. After experiencing a distinct lack of comprehensive and inclusive sex education in school, she joined SASHA to combat this issue in her collegiate community. Isabella hopes to attend graduate school to study Geography, with specializations in city-building and international urbanization.  

When she’s not in the library, you can probably find Isabella looking for cheap plane tickets, drinking overpriced coffee, and searching for the perfect red lip.