Tameca N. Harris-Jackson, PhD, LCSW, CSE
Assistant Professor, Social Work
Tameca Harris-Jackson brings over 15 years of experience in social work to the Regis MSW program. She has served in a variety of roles, which includes clinician, educator, and director. Dr. Harris-Jackson enjoys teaching social work students and has taught at BSW, MSW and PhD levels. She brings her passion for diversity and social justice into each course she teaches, which most often includes policy, macro, research, diversity, and sexuality and spirituality courses.
Dr. Harris-Jackson also has a passion for international social work. While teaching at Texas A&M University – Central Texas and the University of Central Florida, she was engaged in international studies and helped to develop and design curricula that allowed students to engage in short-term study abroad programs examining matters such as homelessness, substance abuse, and LGBTQ+ health and social justice.
In addition to teaching, Dr. Harris-Jackson engages in community service through participation on several community and national boards. She is also a certified sexuality educator, the co-founder of a non-profit organization focused on empowerment for Women of Color, and maintains a clinical practice providing services to women and persons in relationships. Dr. Harris-Jackson’s research interests include women’s mental and sexual health, Black religiosity, and international social work.
- PhD – Widener University
- MSW – University of Maryland – Baltimore
- BS – Old Dominion University