The Lurie Institute for Disability Policy

2024 Fellow

Robin Wilson-Beattie: Carrie Buck Distinguished Fellow for 2024

Announcing Robin Wilson-Beattie as 2024 Carrie Buck Distinguished Fellow

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Robin Wilson-Beattie is a captivating speaker, writer, educator, and passionate advocate for disability and sexuality. With her groundbreaking insights into the intersection of disability, sexuality, healthcare, design, and identity, she has revolutionized sexual-health education by challenging norms and empowering individuals to recognize and embrace their unique sexual expressions.

Robin Wilson-Beattie is a trailblazer in disability and sexuality education. As one of the pioneers, she has fearlessly addressed the vital topic of disability and its impact on sexual identity. Her extensive personal experiences and medically sound research make her an unrivaled expert on the complexities of sexual expression amidst diverse identities and abilities.

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Robin's expertise has propelled her to become a sought-after speaker, captivating audiences through her keynotes, panels, workshops, and webinars. Her remarkable achievements include speaking about reproductive rights and disability at a televised meeting with the Vice President of the United States, a testament to her ability to influence and inspire change at the highest levels.

Robin's unwavering commitment to disability and sexuality led to her speaking engagements at the prestigious Adult Video News convention in Las Vegas, where she has captivated audiences for three consecutive years. Through her groundbreaking work, she has not only assisted tens of thousands of disabled individuals but has also inspired countless others to become advocates for sexuality and disability education.

Robin Wilson-Beattie's impact is immeasurable as she continues to challenge societal norms, break down barriers, and provide a unique perspective on how life and identity shape our sexual experiences. Her innovative approach and extensive knowledge have made her an invaluable asset to the disability and sexuality community, leaving an indelible mark on the world.