Frenchie Davis

Educator, Program Director, and Facilitator in Washington, DC

Frenchie Davis is an authority on Human Sexuality with a focus on the African-American community. Frenchie combines her love and expertise of social services, education, and pop-culture to Entertain, Educate and Enhance the emotional and sexiological intelligence of her audiences.

Frenchie offers her audience a passport to understanding how sexuality impacts spirituality, sexual agency, sexuality development and diversity. Frenchie understands how imperative it is to dissect, evaluate and engender daily sex-positive interactions to create a sex-positive culture.

When you combine a Masters of Education in Human Sexuality with 15 years of facilitation and speaker experience you are not only informed, but also transformed. Frenchie works both nationally and internationally through workshops, lectures, blogging and TV appearances and shares her platform on her edge cutting sexuality talk show, “Libido Talk” on WBAI 99.5 FM of New York City.

Frenchie is a board member for the Incarnation Institute of Sex and Faith (IISF). She collaborates with several organizations from 100 Black Men, DC Public Schools, Metro Teen AIDS, the National Council for Black Studies, The College of Black Studies at the College of Charleston, Michigan Health and Human Services HIV division and in 2015, was a research scholar at the Cuba Delegation for Race, Culture, Gender, and Sexuality. Frenchie was also a scholar at the Black Feminism Summer School and studied abroad in Cachoeira, Brazil for the Decolonization of Black Feminism program with renowned academic and activist Angela Davis. In fall of 2018 Frenchie is featured as a sexpert in the newly published book Untrue by New York Times Best Selling Author, Wednesday Martin Ph.D. and currently completing her MPH. You can learn more about Frenchie Davis at her website:

  • Work
    • Libido Talk LLC
  • Education
    • Masters of Education Center for Human Sexuality Studies
    • Thomas Edison State University MPH