Camielle Call

Contributing Faculty
College of Social and Behavioral Health
Barbara Solomon School of Social Work
Master of Social Work (MSW)

A veteran law enforcement officer, Camielle Call graduated with her Doctor of Social Work degree from Walden University in 2020. She is an LCSW, currently licensed in Alaska & Hawaii, who has had a clinical and consultation private practice since 1992. She has administered and supervised multiple programs/organizations including community behavioral health clinics in Alaska. She is recognized by the Alaska State Board of Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC) to provide the required six-hour supervision workshop to LCSWs who are seeking approval to supervise LPC candidates. She is a past chair of the NASW Private Practice Section, having been a steering committee member from its inception in 1996; she later served again as a committee member during 2008 - 2010. In spring of 2010 Camielle was asked to chair the national Specialty Practice Section, Social Work & the Courts, serving three terms as Chair. Yet again, Camielle was asked, and was happy to be appointed to the leadership committee of the NASW Private Practice Specialty Practice Section in 2016. She is a well-known speaker, often featured during speaking tours for NASW Chapters throughout the country.


Doctor of Social Work (DSW), Walden University

MSW (Master of Social Work), University of Utah

BA, Utah State University

Certificate, Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST)