Kameryn J. Lee, MD, MSPH, FACOG

pronouns: she/her

Physician, Health Equity Expert 

Kameryn J. Lee, MD, MSPH, FACOG (she/her) is the founder and principal of the Radically Inclusive Consulting Collective, a recently developed consultancy that focuses on racial, LGBTQ+, and gender-diverse health equity, social justice, and education. She is a 2021-2022 American Medical Association/Satcher Health Leadership Institute Medical Justice in Advocacy fellow, a board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist, and a fellowship-trained minimally invasive gynecologic surgeon. In addition to her primary medical subspecialty, Dr. Lee is also a key opinion leader in minimally invasive surgical device design and a transgender medicine expert. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a Master of Science in Public Health degree from the University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health, and a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. Currently, Dr. Lee is studying sexuality and religion at Pacific School of Religion, and was chosen as a participant in the 2020-2021 National Transgender Seminarian Cohort.

Always a steward of public health, Dr. Lee is particularly passionate about health equity and social justice. As a Black woman of trans experience, Dr. Lee is a powerful voice for Black and gender-diverse people – especially those who are structurally forced to live and survive at the societal edges, and for those systematically excluded from communities of faith. She is a frequent lecturer and requested panel participant in both academic and community settings, and is an educator in health equity and other issues facing LGBTQ+ populations. While North Carolina is her home state, Dr. Lee resides on the Delaware coast, where she enjoys beach life and plans unique approaches for contributing to the movement for racial, health, and LGBTQ+ community justice.

TOPICS: Women & Girls of Color, Sexuality, Health, LGBTQIA+