Artist and teacher Ariel White has presented to audiences and advised individuals from more than 30 countries. One half of the creative duo called the “Love Saints,” her work has been featured on the Oprah Winfrey network and commissioned by some of the most inspiring entrepreneurs and celebrities of our era.
Founder of the female health and edutainment company, My Little Yoni (the world’s first vagina superhero!) Ariel partners with artists and top OBGYN’s to break down taboos and give parents & kids quality, body-positive sex education. Angel investor and advisor to innovative campaigns and companies, Ariel’s projects range from remote engineering, clean energy, criminal justice reform, policy change, eco-luxe fashion, land conservation, and female med tech
Ariel's Personal Mission
Creating systemic change at the root level, beginning with moms and kids, so that girls grow up feeling safe, empowered and joyful in their bodies.
Dr. Debra Wickman
Debra Wickman is a visionary and leading OBGYN, keynoting medical conferences with her breakthrough insights. She has morphed her 25-year career as a medical doctor – obstetrician/gynecologist into a one-of-a-kind, cutting edge exploration into helping women with sexual issues: sexual pain, low desire, and all types of sub-optimal sexual function.
She is an academic clinician, sexuality counselor, public speaker, researcher, author and emerging entrepreneur. She loves working with women both one-on-one, and in workshop settings, to improve self-image and sexual intention starting with shifting their mindset.
Dr. Wickman's Personal Mission
Frustrated by the lack of resources for women with sexual pain, low desire, lack of confidence, I realized that achieving academic credentials was important, and that I also needed real-world information. I completed a fellowship in Female Sexual Medicine at UCLA; participated in experiential women’s workshops all over the world, and explored the range of sexuality teachings and philosophies.
This work has led me to help my dear friend Ariel White on her mission, and fight to create education and a more positive world for the next generation.
Born and raised in San Diego, CA, Sydney found herself surrounded by women who inspired her to continue her education. She received her bachelor's degree in Film and Digital Media from the University of California, Santa Cruz, where she worked hard to create socially conscious theater, comedy, and film. Now, at My Little Yoni, Sydney combines her passion for social justice, comedy, and film, to create educational, fun, and uplifting content for the Yoni Gang!
Sydney's Personal Mission
It’s clear that we aren’t teaching young girls enough about their bodies, sexuality, & pleasure; and in the end, it creates a culture where women hate their bodies and feel disconnected. I hope My Little Yoni grows to help generations upon generations of women and end the negative attitudes towards females, their bodies, and their sexuality. That’s the ultimate win!
Social Media Manager
Abby grew up in the Philippines and spent most of her childhood writing, singing, and reading books. Writing was one of the ways she expressed her creativity and her emotions. She started freelance writing online in 2016 and earned money to support herself throughout college. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Finance at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Sta. Mesa Manila, where she learned more about politics and social issues in her country.
Abby's love for traveling brought her to Sydney, Australia where she’s studying business and marketing, while experiencing a life full of new adventures. Her journey has just started, but she’s learning more by sharing her passion and skills with the Yoni Gang.
Abby's Personal Mission
Coming from a conservative background, I’ve always been too scared or too ashamed to look at my body or even ask questions about it. Words like sex, vulva, or clitoris were not usually talked about in my country. Moving away from home and living in Australia allowed me to go on my own journey of rediscovering myself and understanding my body more.
It is a beautiful feeling to finally look at myself in the mirror and not feel guilty or ashamed of my own body. This is what MLY shares to the world. It is an empowering brand that educates and starts conversations on important topics that most people in society avoid. I am honored to share my skills and be part of a team that creates a better environment and future for girls and women of every age, culture, and religion. This is what I want to be a part of.