University and the University of California at
Irvine medical school. She then continued her training
at the Masters and Johnson Institute in St. Louis,
Missouri. She founded the Crenshaw Clinic, one of the
largest sex therapy clinics in the nation, in 1975. She
was president of the American Association of Sex
Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), as
well as founder of the AASECT AIDS Task Force. In
July of 1987 President Reagan appointed her to his
presidential commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).
Dr. Crenshaw is president and founder of the
Ehrenborg Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention of HIV infection. She has
worked at the national and grassroots levels to educate
the public about AIDS. Often she works through the
media to reach the people, including appearances on
the "Phil Donahue Show" and "Good Morning,
America," as well as articles in the Saturday Evening Post.
The two AIDS Awareness Day programs she developed
won Golden Mike Awards and an International Gold
Medal in New York.
Her most recent book, Bedside Manners: Your Guide to
Better Sex (1983), was a Book-of-the-Month-Club selection and
an international best-seller. Dr. Crenshaw will present
her talk, "Dating and Mating," this month. Later this
semester she will give a speech titled "Making Commitments."
Join us for an undoubtedly stimulating evening by
returning the enclosed reservation form. Dinner will
begin at 6:00 and remarks will commence at 7:00.