She focuses on effective ethical storytelling as a vehicle to drive change and advance public policies that create healthier, equitable and just conditions for people to thrive.
Prior to joining the Foundation, she was responsible for development, visual storytelling, and marketing in the nonprofit sector. Camille previously held positions in sales and business consulting, where she wrote federal and state grant proposals. She developed a passion for community development while serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Senegal, West Africa, in the areas of infant and maternal health.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in English literature and nonprofit leadership from Seattle University and a master’s degree in social work from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis. Camille is on the Rise Young Professionals Board and enjoys being an English tutor through the Immigrant Home English Learning Program (IHELP). Originally from Northern California, Camille has fallen in love with the charming neighborhoods, compassion, and hospitality of St. Louis. In her free time, she enjoys St. Louis’ markets, festivals, and beautiful parks.