About

Camille is a Columbus, Ohio native who is majoring in Astrophysical Sciences at Princeton University. Camille is often on the go, between her position as co-editor in chief of TigerTrends, Princeton’s premier fashion and lifestyle magazine, and her position in the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students assisting student organizations with their budgets and purchases. Between these commitments and her studies, Camille is an active member of Princeton Women’s Club Volleyball, Princeton Baking Club, as well as Black Student Union and Princeton Association of Black Women. Camille believes that the secret to conquering humanity’s most pressing issues lies in our connections through education. She previously worked with the Northern Kenyan Conservation Clubs (NKCC), which are partnered with both Princeton University and Mpala Research Centre located in Mpala, Kenya. NKCC serves to teach students grades 3 through 8 about conservation, ecology, and environmentalism through hands-on games, activities, and lessons. During her tenure at Mpala, she developed lesson plans centered around relevant environmental topics critical for Kenyan students to understand as they grow into the nation’s next generation of leaders.

Three words to describe me...

Multifaceted
Outgoing
Dependable

I prefer to teach in a

visual

or

,

student-led

,

, or

hands-on

, or

presenter

style.

How I spend my free time

sports
community service
music
outdoors