Learning Resource Coordinator/Instructor, Nursing
Research Associate I
Dr. Camacho received a doctorate in Postsecondary and Adult Education in August 2007 from Capella University; a master of education in Special Education in May 1994 from UOG; a master of science in Speech Language Pathology in December 1989 from the University of Hawaii-Manoa; and a bachelor of arts in communication in May 1987 from UOG.
Camacho has over 25 years in the field - working as an educator and speech-language pathologist. She has written and received numerous grants and proposals to build education on Guam - from early childhood education to adult and career-technical education. She has also presented at regional national conferences in the field.
Assistant Professor, Social Work
Tressa P. Diaz, received her MSW at Hunter College School of Social Work at the City University of New York and is currently a PhD candidate at the Myron B. Thompson School of Social Work (MBTSSW) at the University of Hawai`i at Manoa.
Tressa is a doctoral scholar under the University of Guam-University of Hawai`i Cancer Center U54 Partnership. Her research focus is on the social determinants of cancer disparities and access to quality healthcare among Chamoru and other Micronesian communities in the Pacific.
She is dedicated to community-centered research, cancer survivorship, and the preservation of indigenous resources. Her doctoral research is on access to care and barriers to colorectal cancer screening among Chamoru on Guam.
Her hobbies include: reading, tennis, and playing guitar.
Associate Professor, Social Work
Associate Professor, Nursing
Associate Professor of Social Work and Social Work Field Instruction Coordinator