Sharon Ing, President and CEO
Sharon Burnside Ing is the CEO for Ing Consulting and Ing Intellectual. She has managed Steven Ing’s counseling practice since 1998 and acts as a liaison between Steven, his clients and the community. Although she has a Bachelor of Arts degree in multiple-subject teaching from California State University, Northridge, her entrepreneurial nature won out. Rather than teaching elementary school, she has run her own businesses while cultivating her ongoing passion for education. She has taught HIV-prevention classes for at-risk populations and has served on the Washoe County School District Sex Education Advisory Committee.
“My interest in human sexuality was initially a romantic one. As a young person, I had a favorite TV show, and I loved how the husband and wife were equal partners in their work and so clearly crazy about each other. They would end the day debriefing in a bubble bath or over a glass of champagne, and then fade to black; it was a powerful, early template for me.
In the naïve characteristic of my first marriage (from age 19-29),I was surprised to discover that love is not all you need. How could I have signed on the dotted line to someone with whom I was so utterly sexually incompatible? Following my divorce, I took a good hard look in the mirror — and got a little therapy, too. I felt confident that I had the goods to bring my 50 percent of what it takes to build an epic romance if I got smart about mate selection. I wanted to partner up with a person who had the same relationship goals and who would bring his 50 percent to meet mine. Today I’ve been enjoying an intimate business and romantic partnership with Steven Ing for more than two decades.
Along the way, I’ve learned that relationship success needn’t be an elusive, nebulous goal.”
Tory Clark, Therapist
Levi Rojas, Client Services Manager
As an undergraduate teaching assistant in human sexuality courses, Levi Rojas discovered a resource that helped his students bridge the gap between academics and their personal lives: It was a book called “We’re All Like This,” written by Steven Ing.
Based on this teaching experience, Levi developed a professional relationship with and profound respect for Steven’s goals to teach intelligent sexuality — so much so that he decided to work with him after graduation. He now works as the liaison between Steven Ing and the many institutions of higher education that are potentially served by Ing’s body of work on the intelligent management of human sexuality. His goal is to introduce educators to We’re All Like This as a textbook resource for university-level human sexuality classes — much as Levi did during his years of teaching.
A dedicated community activist, Levi volunteers at Planned Parenthood with a focus on sex education and also performs community outreach, educating others about being transgender, on subjects related to equality and gender issues, and offers support for families of trans kids.
Levi holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Nevada, Reno, in Gender Studies with a minor in Ethnic Studies.
“I believe everyone has the right to full knowledge and comfort in their sexuality as human beings. Working with Steven Ing and connecting university campuses to his work, We’re All Like This, is my opportunity to help others gain that knowledge and comfort.”