Estefanía (Nia) Torres holds a BA in Psychology from the Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador and a Master’s in Education from Boston University. She was trained as a Sexual Health Educator at the University of Michigan, School of Social Work. Since 2010, she has taught at multiple independent and public middle/high schools in the Greater Boston Area. Her teaching style focuses on providing youth with unprejudiced, scientific-based, and culturally relevant information through dynamic and engaging activities. She strongly believes that health education is the most powerful tool to prevent high-risk behavior in adolescence and beyond.