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This profile was last updated on 5/16/15  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.


Phone: (240) ***-****  
Local Address:  Washington D.C. , District of Columbia , United States
Working Well With Men

Employment History


  • MSW
  • MBA
  • dual-Masters MSW/MBA program
    University of Maryland
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Male Studies Foundation for Male Studies - University - Gender Studies, 16 May 2015 [cached]
Jack Kammer, Director of Working Well With Men, gave an outstanding presentation to educators, highlighting the need for social justice for men.
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This is a guest blog from NFI Program Support Consultant Jack Kammer, MSW. In 2012 Jack was named Outstanding Recent Graduate at the University of Maryland School of Social Work.
Marketing & Program Support : National Fatherhood Initiative, 23 Sept 2012 [cached]
Jack Kammer Program Support Consultant
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Jack joined NFI's Program Support Team in 2012, with a background in Social Work and Corrections. Previously, in 1983 Jack started a weekly radio show called "In a Man's Shoes" at a station near Baltimore. Originally, it was mostly about communication and fairness between men and women, with an eye on romance and relationships. But it didn't take long for Jack to realize that serious, even life-and-death social issues were involved in what was really going on in men's lives. Fatherhood emerged as a central issue; articulating and advocating the critical importance of fatherhood for healthy communities became Jack's passion.
In 2005 Jack left his day job as an IT analyst and trainer in Washington DC to go back to school in a three-year MBA/MSW program at the University of Maryland. Subsequently he spent a year as a Correctional Officer in the Baltimore City Detention Center and another year as a Parole & Probation Agent in central Baltimore. What he saw and heard in those two jobs confirmed the connection between male gender issues - especially the problems facing fatherhood in our culture - and problems of crime, violence, educational underachievement, unemployment, substance abuse, mental illness, suicide and others. His focus at NFI will be on fatherhood programming opportunities primarily in DC, Maryland and Virginia, but he will also support and lead efforts nationally to expand NFI's work in the Corrections field.
Working Well With Men, LLC (under construction) - Blog, 24 Nov 2014 [cached]
Jack Kammer, Director
Jack Kammer, Director SAFETY Mission and Vision SAFETY Contact Safety
Jack Kammer is the Director of Working Well With Men.
Jack Kammer, ..., 19 Mar 2014 [cached]
Jack Kammer, Director
Jack Kammer, Director SAFETY Mission and Vision SAFETY Contact Safety
Jack Kammer, MSW, MBA
When Jack Kammer was a young boy he loved babies. But he often heard the left-handed "compliment" that paralleled the one heard by girls who were good at sports (or math), namely "You're really good at sports (or math)… for a girl. What Jack heard was "You're really good with babies… for a boy. He understood intuitively that the real message was that boys weren't supposed to be good with babies, that babies were squarely in female territory. But Jack didn't let that stop him. And he never forgot that first brush with sexism.
From 1983 to 1989, Jack produced and hosted a weekly talk radio show in Baltimore called "In a Man's Shoes" to examine gender issues from a male point of view.
In 1994, Jack published Good Will Toward Men (New York: St. Martin's Press), a book of interviews with twenty-two accomplished women who wanted to talk not just about how sexism affects women, but how it impacts men as well and contributes to injustice and social problems.
In 2005, convinced of how vitally important it is to fully consider the progressive male perspective on social issues, Jack left his "day job" as an I.T. analyst and trainer in Washington DC and went back to school in a dual-Masters MSW/MBA program at the University of Maryland. His field work was in a community agency in Baltimore's inner city and at Goodwill Industries in downtown Baltimore. After graduation he worked for a year as a Correctional Officer (AKA "jail guard") at the Baltimore City Detention Center, and then another year as a Parole & Probation agent in central Baltimore. (He says he wanted to focus not on the men in the Fortune 500, but on those in the Misfortune 5,000,000.) He then served for a year as a trainer and consultant for the National Fatherhood Initiative.
Jack was a presenter at the two National Conferences on Social Work With and For Men in 2008 and 2009. He has presented CEU workshops on issues related to men and gender at the NASW-New Mexico Annual Conference in 2010, the NASW-North Carolina Annual Conference in 2011 and the Annual Conference on Healthy Attachments in West Virginia in 2013.
In 2012 Jack received the Outstanding Recent Graduate Award from his social work Alma Mater. In 2013 he created Working Well With Men (, a social services and social policy training and consulting firm assisting social workers and other helping professionals in their work with men. It offers online and in-person CEU courses and in-service trainings, strategy and program design consulting, an online survey for gauging staff opinions and attitudes about working with men, and conference presentations and addresses.
Also in 2013, Jack was married for the first time. He is happily the husband of Claire Fraser, a prominent genome scientist. They have no children and Jack says, not entirely facetiously, that he therefore consider all kids, in a way, to be his.
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