Dayna Campbell MS, PhD is an Assistant Professor at American International College in the School of Health Sciences, Public Health program in Springfield and Adjunct Instructor at Holyoke Community College in the Foundations of Health, Community Health Worker certificate program. Dayna has spent the last two decades training future public health professionals, especially in the areas of population health, health education and promotion, and program planning and development. Dayna is an experienced lecturer, trainer and researcher in the areas of diversity and inclusion, cultural humility, culturally responsive planning and evaluation and disparities in health status and outcomes. Women’s health has dominated her research, particularly as it relates to reproductive and pregnancy outcomes. She received her Master of Science degree in Health Education, Promotion and Behavior and PhD in Health Services, Policy and Management from the University of South Carolina. She serves on the Advisory Committee and Photovoice workgroup of Mama’s VOICE, a community-based participatory research project in Springfield designed to assess the health and wellness needs of mothers of color. Originally from Amherst, Mass., Dayna spent more than 20 years in South Carolina.