Our DEI Team 

Henry Ocampo, MPH

Program Manager
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Henry Ocampo has accomplished over 25 years in community health profession with extensive experience addressing minority health, health disparities, non-profit management, organizational development, community mobilization, and program management. He started his career as the Associate Director at the Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center (currently called the San Francisco Community Health Center), managing a diverse a team of twelve staff providing HIV/AIDS prevention and screenings to gay men, women in massage parlors, transgender individuals, queer youth and youth in detention in San Francisco. He eventually earned his MPH at UC Berkeley in Health and Social Behavior with specialties in International Health and Maternal Child Health.

Prior to BCH, he spent over 14 years with the Office of Minority Health Resource Center, a federal contractor with the Department of Health and Human Resources, securing resources for minority communities as well as managing grants to over 60 community based organizations and health departments throughout the U.S. He also led several national health initiatives such as the Hepatitis Project, which increased Hepatitis screenings for African Americans, Asian Americans, Alaskan Native, American Indians, Latinx/Hispanics, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islander communities. One of his proudest achievements was assisting in building the health infrastructure of the U.S. Associated Pacific Islands in Micronesia and Polynesia, resulting in increased funding for the region, creation of formal nonprofit coalitions, and the development of the first indigenous curriculum “Teaching Personal Well-Being and Sexuality to Chuukese and Chamorros” in collaboration with University of Guam.

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