As an administrative associate, Camille provides executive-level administrative support to the executive vice president and helps manage projects and initiatives across the foundation. From her background as a paralegal, Camille brings strong project management skills in addition to a range of experiences advocating for equity and justice alongside others. In all of her work, Camille values building true connections and relationships and learned Spanish to remove barriers between her and Spanish-speaking community members and clients.
Camille is a newer arrival to Washington state and has gotten involved in the community by volunteering with Black Star Farmers and YouthCare. Previously, she has volunteered at the U.S.-Mexico border, handing out supplies and providing informational resources to those who had just completed their journey and were beginning a new one in the States. In her free time, you can likely find Camille roller skating with friends or hiking with her dog Paz. Camille received her bachelor’s degree in business management and law studies from the University of Colorado Denver.