Camille Kramer MPH
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Camille Kramer is a public health professional and the Senior Research Program Coordinator for the Advocacy and Research on Reproductive Wellness of Incarcerated People (ARRWIP) research team at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Her role is to coordinate and assist with all aspects of study design, implementation, data analysis and dissemination for the grant-funded projects. Prior to joining ARRWIP, Camille worked at a child advocacy center in Atlanta, Georgia where she worked on a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) funded project focused on building and sustaining a trauma-informed multidisciplinary response regarding the commercial sexual exploitation of children. She has a Master of Science in Public Health and her research interests involve health disparities, sexual and reproductive health care and education, vulnerable populations, and implementation science and evaluation research.