Charlene R. Kamper, MA, CFLE

Charlene Kamper

Charlene is a lifelong educator, as well as curriculum developer, speaker, trainer, and youth advocate.

Her 25+ years of experience an educator at both the elementary and secondary levels, includes six years of teaching science and four years as a health instructor. Since 1992, she has taught both Introductory and Advanced Placement Psychology at Redlands High School, Redlands, CA.

A frequent speaker at national and state conferences, Ms Kamper also works with teen pregnancy prevention programs, after-school and recreational youth organizations, and other youth leadership and community groups. She has been a member of the San Bernardino County Teen Pregnancy Prevention Coalition, and currently serves as a guest speaker and relationship consultant for Teen Forum.

In addition to Healthy Choices, Healthy Relationships, Char Kamper is the creator of Connections: Dating and Emotions, Connections: Relationships and Marriage both widely used in the U.S. and abroad. Research on these curricula shows them to be helpful in reducing teen dating violence and pregnancy as well as improving peer/peer and parent/teen relationships.

Ms. Kamper holds a Master’s Degree in Family Studies and is a Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) with the National Council of Family Relations.

Read an article featuring Char Kamper – Technology Overuse Could Be Affecting Development. For full article, click here.

Learn more about the ecumenical curricula Char wrote and published,  “One, Two…I Do! On the Road to a Great Marriage.

See also: Healthy Choices, Healthy Relationships

See also: Connections