Oral History Collection: Jesse Peel Oral History

2018-07-17
University Archives #UA95-10
Creator(s)
Peel, Jesse R., M.D.; Dale, Zachary
Physical description
1 Items
Preferred Citation
Jesse Peel Oral History. UA95-10. University Archives, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.
Repository
East Carolina University Archives
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In this oral history Dr. Jesse Peel discusses the creation of the Jesse R. Peel LGBTQ Center and LGBT Advisory Board at East Carolina University.


Biographical/historical information

Jesse Peel was born and raised in Everretts, North Carolina and attended undergraduate and medical school at UNC-Chapel Hill. He completed his psychiatric training in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He served in the Navy in the Vietnam War before joining the faculty at Vanderbilt University. After five years he moved to Atlanta, Georgia and began working as a psychiatrist. Dr. Peel has been a devoted social activist and philanthropist for over three decades, having worked with many organizations including AID Atlanta and funding the Jesse R. Peel LGBTQ Center at East Carolina University.


Scope and arrangement

In this oral history Dr. Jesse Peel discusses the creation of the Jesse R. Peel LGBTQ Center and LGBT Advisory Board at East Carolina University.


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