Sharon Lamb, EdD, is chair and professor in the Department of Counseling and School Psychology in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Massachusetts Boston. She received her doctoral degree from Harvard University, where she worked with Jerome Kagan and Carol Gilligan. She has published numerous articles on early moral development, sexual development, media and marketing influences on girls’ and boys’ development, abuse and victimization, and sex education. Her book, Packaging Girlhood, co-authored with Lyn Mikel Brown, won a Books for a Better Life Award. Her book, Sex, Therapy, and Kids: How to Address their Concerns through Talk and Play, won the book award from the Society for Sex Therapy and Research. She is currently working on a second doctorate in philosophy from the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. Dr. Lamb is also the current president of the Association for Moral Education. Also a licensed psychologist, she has a small therapy practice in Vermont, where she lives with her husband and dog when she is not teaching and doing research.