Jaymie Campbell, PhD

Director, Training and Capacity-Building

Jaymie Campbell, PhD, has been working in health promotion, social services, HIV research, and sexuality education for more than 12 years. After obtaining a BA in Feminist Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz, Dr. Campbell began his non-profit career working with marginalized populations in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco. He received a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, emphasis in Community Mental Health, from the California Institute of Integral Studies and focused his clinical internship on working with homeless queer and transgender youth of color. He has also obtained a Master of Education and a doctorate in Human Sexuality Studies from Widener University.

Jaymie is most passionate about the framework of racial microaggressions and its intersections with gender identity and sexual orientation. In 2018, he received recognition for his work in the category of Race and Gender by the Greater Philadelphia Social Innovations Awards.

He specializes in trainings for medical providers, behavioral health providers, educators, and community-based organizations on strategies for improving services for populations facing intersecting oppressions. Since February 2017, he has held the role of Director of Training and Capacity-Building at AccessMatters. He is the lead trainer for AccessMatters’ trainings on race, gender identity, and sexual orientation microaggressions and has delivered microaggressions trainings to nearly 2,000 participants to date.

As part of the AccessMatters’ Training Team, Jaymie’s subject matter expertise includes:

  • racial microaggressions and implicit racial bias
  • providing inclusive and affirming care to LGBQ/T patients
  • understanding sexual orientation and gender diversity
  • HIV prevention

 Selected Trainings

  • Cultivating Awareness of Racial Microaggressions
  • Building Racially-Inclusive Classrooms
  • Understanding Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity
  • Supporting Transgender and Genderfluid Clients

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