Naomi Inman is a senior at BYU studying psychology and family science. She will be pursuing a Ph.D. in Human Development and Family Studies next year. She is interested in researching healthy sexuality, women’s sexuality, how mindfulness improves sexuality and relationships, sexual education, and marital and family resiliency. Naomi values the impact that research can have on improving the lives of individuals and families, therapy practices, and policy. Naomi enjoys working on the CREATE project and appreciates the important work and positive impact that the CREATE project has on improving families. She loves working on the CREATE project as a longitudinal study and improving her skills as a researcher. She is from Reno, Nevada and loves books, plants, and traveling.