University of Central-Florida
Dr. Tameca N. Harris-Jackson is a Lecturer at the University of Central Florida and adjunct instructor at Widener University. She is a graduate of Widener University’s doctoral program in Human Sexuality and University of Maryland-Baltimore’s Master of Social Work program. Dr. Harris-Jackson has worked for over 10 years in the field of social work as clinician, supervisor, consultant, and researcher and is licensed to practice social work independently in the District of Columbia. She has also engaged in research analyzing qualitative data related to HIV risk behavior and education in Africa and completed an internship with the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) examining faith positions on matters of sexuality. In 2010, she completed her dissertation on the role of religiosity and self-efficacy in HIV-related risk behavior in Black American women. Dr. Harris-Jackson is a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT), the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS), and the Council on Social Work Educators (CSWE). Her research interests include Women\\\'s Sexuality, minority health disparities , Black American Women\\\'s Sexual and Mental Health, and Faith/Spirituality.