• Dr. Michelle Kameka is an Assistant Professor in the Bachelors of Health Services Administration Program at the Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing and Health Sciences. She received her Ed.D in Organizational Leadership, Argosy University, Chicago, IL; her MPH, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL; and her B.S., University of Illinois, Urbana, IL.

    Her area of specialty includes being an educator; coordinating, planning, and implementing various health programs throughout community areas. She has over 15 years of experience in the field of health service administration working with the local, state, and federal government.

    Dr. Kameka’s research interest includes Sickle Cell Disease, Transitioning from Adolescence to Adulthood, and Health Education/Promotion. She is currently working on journal publications and grant proposals to receive funding for research projects that help improve the lives of individuals living with sickle cell disease.

    As an expert in sickel cell disease, she has presented in numerous national and international conferences highlighting Sickle Cell Disease experience. Moreover, Dr. Kameka's research has been published in the Journal of the National Black Nurses Association and Journal of Nursing Education and Practice.

research interests

  • Sickle Cell Disease; Transitioning from Adolescence to Adulthood; Health Education/Promotion

selected scholarly works & creative activities

full name

  • Michelle Kameka