Samantha Fraser is the owner of many figurative hats. She left the corporate office world behind to focus on life / relationship coaching, consulting and finishing her book: Not Your Mother’s Playground: A realistic guide to honest, happy and healthy open relationships.
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Samantha is the founder of Playground sexuality conference, happening every fall in downtown Toronto. She has taught video game development & production at George Brown College. Most recently she worked to help run the Digital Media & Gaming Incubator at the School of Design, and was Event Producer for Digifest 2011-2012.
Her career path has included stops at Interactive Ontario, planning numerous digital media events in Ontario as well as Pseudo Interactive, the now defunct Toronto video game studio. She has been seen on/in CBC DocZone, Toronto Life, SexMatters, InnerSPACE, The Grid, the National Post, Electric Playground and numerous sexuality or digital media blogs.
Samantha doesn’t drink coffee, loves game nerds and tattoos, is an expat Brit, loves random facts and has a huge irrational fear of dinosaurs.
In addition to coaching she is available for speaking appearances, writing gigs, freelance projects & consulting, and press appearances.