she/her/hers, white, female, ally, mother, spouse, friend
Occupational roles: cooking, baking, exploring new places, being outside, embroidery, playing music with my family, collecting seashells with my kids
An experienced clinician, Dr. Cambey Mikush specializes in supporting children, youth, and families across a range of settings including acute care, outpatient, community, and in-home environments. As our Capstone Coordinator, Dr. Mikush has designed an occupation-centered capstone curriculum, developed strategic partnerships, and assisted students in designing and implementing innovative capstone experiences.
Dr. Mikush earned a B.A. in Exercise and Sport Science and Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Doctorate in Occupational Therapy from Washington University in St. Louis. For her doctoral Capstone, she worked with the Worldwide Fistula Fund to explore the role of occupational therapy in helping women with obstetric fistula in Ethiopia and has since collaborated on projects in Danja, Niger. Dr. Mikush has been a participant in the AOTA Emerging Leaders Development Program and has volunteered on multiple national leadership committees.