Dr. McCaffree is an AASECT and NCFR certified sexuality educator, 30-year veteran of public school teaching, and Adjunct Professor at Widener University’s Center for Human Sexuality Studies. Dr. McCaffree conducts workshops in the U.S. and internationally.
In recent years she has developed curricula and implemented training programs for educators and other health professionals in South Africa, Zambia, Nigeria and the Philippines. She is co-author of the curriculum adopted by the Federal Ministry of Nigeria for implementation in all schools. Dr. McCaffree has worked with various research groups to develop curricula to prevent HIV/AIDS, unplanned pregnancy, and other health and social issues among teenagers. She is the co-author of the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) Research to Classroom and nationally promoted award winning curricula for minority youth, Be Proud! Be Responsible!, Making Proud Choices, and Making A Difference. She recently co-authored a chapter on the history of sexuality education in the 1970’s for the Sexuality Education series.
Though she spent much of her career teaching in public schools, she is proud to have served in some capacity in professional sexuality organizations, including as board Secretary for SIECUS, as Treasurer and presently as President-Elect of AASECT, and as President of SSSS. She is also proud to have served on the Surgeon General’s National Advisory Council for the National Center for Primary Care, Morehouse School of Medicine.