Assistant Professor, Sociology
Dr. Debra T. Cabrera most recently taught at St. John’s School in Upper Tumon, Guam while she served as adjunct faculty for sociology at the University of Guam. Prior to St. John’s School, Dr. Cabrera was a social science instructor then dean of Academic Programs and Services at the Northern Marianas College in the Northern Marina Islands. She has been active in local, regional, and national organizations, namely the Northern Mariana Islands Council for the Humanities, President Obama’s White House Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, Humanities Guåhan, and the Scientific and Statistical Committee for the Western Pacific Regional Fishery Management Council. Her current research interests focus on neighborhood crime, juvenile delinquency in the Marianas, and environmental deviance.
Associate Professor, Biology
Dean, Enrollment Management & Student Success
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.