Sameera Qureshi, MS OTR is an Occupational Therapist and educator, who is passionate about the intersections of Islam, spirituality, and sexual health. Over the last twelve years of her professional career, Sameera has worked closely with Muslim communities (and professionals who serve them), developing and facilitating programs and curricula in the field of sexual health education. Her career started 2007, in Calgary, Canada, where she worked with Islamic schools and the broader Muslim community, first as an Occupational Therapist, and then as part of a team focused on sexual and mental health education. Sameera moved to the Washington, DC area in 2015, and after working in DC Public Schools for two years, she took a full-time role with a non-profit focused on sexual health education and violence prevention in Muslim communities. Sameera transitioned out of this non-profit role in August 2020 to focus more on work-life balance. Soon thereafter, she started Sexual Health for Muslims, to provide accessible and spiritually-grounded sexual health education for Muslims, from the comfort of their home (and hers!), all through online platforms. Sameera also provides professional development training and consultation for service providers/organizations who work with Muslim clients in the field of sexual and/or mental health. Sameera is also a registered yoga teacher and regularly facilitates online classes, including those which are trauma-informed.