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Camryn Crump

Camryn Crump

(he/his)

Camryn Crump (He/His) is a well known Facilitator and leader passionate about bridging the gap between Faith and Justice. He has been working in Public Health for the last 11 years in Alameda County addressing Gender, Sexuality, and Racial Equity. Camryn is a recent 2016 graduate of AAHU in the African American Studies Program at UCLA, Chairs the Black Treatment and Advocates Network, BTAN Bay Area and have presented research, updates and creative programs addressing the Black Community, the AIDS Epidemic and other health disparities and social justice at national gatherings such as United States Conference on AIDS (USCA), National African American Men's Leadership Conference and National Harm Reduction Conference. Camryn started his career working for the California State Legislature as a Legislative Black Caucus Intern for Senator Edward Vincent and writing as a Journalist for the Post News Group, Online LGBTQ Magazine, Mused Mag Online and Faith in the Bay. From there he worked hard on the frontline for 7 years with AIDS Project East Bay, now APEB Oakland, and recently finished his time with the Alameda Public Health Department, Office of HIV Care to pursue his passion in Faith, speaking up and representing the LGBTQ+ Community in Faith Spaces. Camryn is a foodie, loves movies, enjoys singing, acting, and will randomly say lines from A Different World, Martin, and Fresh Prince of Bel-Air in the middle of any conversation. This is Camryn Crump.