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Jessica K. Camp

LEO Intermittent Lecturer

Jessica K. Camp

With experience as a clinical and community social worker, Dr. Jessica Camp, MSW ‘05, PhD ‘13, works to address barriers to economic equality, opportunity and well-being in southeastern Michigan. Her research and community practice has addressed topics such as: trauma exposure and disconnection from work and school among opportunity youth; food insecurity as a barrier to persistence in higher education; the intersectionality of race, gender, and disability in employment inclusion; and building pathways to peer support certification and higher education for returning citizens. She is passionate about teaching statistics, data justice, research methods, program evaluation and social welfare policy courses.

Contact Information

(313) 593-5099jkcamp@umich.eduUniversity of Michigan Dearborn College of Education, Health, and Human Services
19000 Hubbard Drive
Fairlane Center South Office #C3
Dearborn, MI 48126


Year Degree   School
2013 PhD Social Work - Inequality & Poverty Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
2005 MSW IP/MH University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2003 BA Psychology Alma College, Alma, MI

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