Camille Ferguson

tel: 212-807-4200
fax: 212-633-8804

Camille joined CCT in 2008, bringing over a decade of experience in education as a classroom science teacher, museum educator, public education event developer, and a district analyst. Her work at CCT has included conducting evaluations of education technology, such as the Lawrence Hall of Science MECM teacher professional development tool, the New York Hall of Science ITEST project, and the Virtual Hall of Science project. In addition, she conducted research on how online experiences affect teacher professional development, and also helped document and evaluate whole school district reform processes, in particular those driven by technology.

Camille is currently completing her doctorate in Urban and Education Policy from Rutgers University, Newark. Her dissertation work focuses on how adolescent stress and mental health is shaped by the confluences of urban distress and stressors related to school policy. As of Spring 2019, her projects at CCT include the Google Code Next program evaluation, the NYC DOE iZone Edtech evaluation, and the NYC DOE’s Computer Science for All program (CS4ALL) evaluation.

Camille received her Master of Urban Planning (MUP) degree from Hunter College, and her BS in biology from Howard University.