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Jennifer Camacho Taylor PhD

Assistant Teaching Professor, Human Development and Family Relations Learning, Developmental & Family Sciences
  • School of Education & Human Development

Jennifer Camacho Taylor (she/her/ella) is someone who values equity in every aspect of her life and is consistently working on decolonizing her mindset. Her research focuses on the intersection of mental health and racial ethnic socialization. She has prioritized social justice while teaching, serving as a university DEI facilitator, working as an Assistant Director at a Multicultural center, through her scholarly writing, and in her daily work. Her work is aimed at honoring her first generation journey, immigrant parents, and any historically excluded individual who does not see themselves represented in higher education.

She currently serves as the internship community liaison supporting undergraduate students in finding internship sites and maintaining relationships with current community partners. She loves learning from students and is thankful for the insight they offer every day. She aims to never take their stories for granted. Her goal is to offer inclusive, relatable, and relevant support to students. She enjoys offering research opportunities, graduate school support, professional development, and meeting students where they are at.

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