Since joining CCT in 2008, Camille's work has focused around science teaching, science teacher professional learning, and school and district system reform. Camille draws on over 10 years' experience in the education field as a classroom teacher, museum educator, district administrator, and researcher. She has taught high school science, developed teacher professional learning courses, and participated in extensive data collection, analysis, and reporting to facilitate school district planning. She also has developed education programs for the New York Hall of Science, the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, and the Prospect Park Alliance. In addition, with a Master's in Urban Planning (M.U.P.), she brings the much-needed expertise of systems thinking to the education table as her own interest lies in the belief that individual behavior and learning cannot be understood without the insight provided by a knowledge of the contextual environment.
Camille received her M.U.P. from Hunter College and her B.S. in Biology from Howard University.