Devon Ciampa, LCSW-C, OSW-C

Devon Ciampa, LCSW-C, OSW-C, is a passionate, energetic member of the social work field with a range of program development and clinical experience from both the for-profit and not-for-profit arenas. Ms. Ciampa is currently a Clinical Social Worker in pediatric oncology at The Johns Hopkins Children’s Center and the AYA patient navigator for Johns Hopkins through the Ulman Foundation where, in addition to working with individual AYA patients, she participates in NIH research related to improving AYA patient care and is working on building the unit’s first AYA program focused on important periods of transition. Ms. Ciampa has focused on the needs of adolescent and young adults in various crisis situations throughout her career through roles such as Senior Manager of Transitioning Youth at CASA for Children of DC and Education Consultant with Visions Global Empowerment. She has helped run educational and leadership programs for youth in India and Sri Lanka and, while in China, Ms. Ciampa held the role of Language Learning Director of the largest Disney English school with The Walt Disney Company in Shanghai and served in the Peace Corps as a university teacher in Chongqing. Ms. Ciampa has been invited to speak at various events on topics related to the young adult community including the FDA, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the World Learning African Exchange on Children in Need and the AIR American/Russian Delegation Exchange on Transitioning Youth.  Ms. Ciampa holds advanced degrees in film production from Boston University as well as in International Educational Policy and Social Work, both from Columbia University. She is currently a doctoral candidate in University of Pennsylvania’s DSW program.