Camille is a Program Associate at NACTO. She supports NACTO’s peer network programming, including the American Cities Climate Challenge, and conducts quantitative analyses for projects and publications.
Before joining NACTO, Camille served as a policy analyst at a nationally-recognized community development financial institution and as a research assistant at the University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Safe Mobility. During her time at the Center, she conducted research on bike lane safety metrics and wayfinding systems in transit stations. She has also worked at the City of Philadelphia, supporting the Philadelphia 2025 Transit Plan through the Office of Transportation, Infrastructure, and Sustainability. Camille is passionate about equitable access to alternative transportation, particularly for women and youth.
Camille holds a BA in Sociology from Miami University and a Master of City Planning from the University of Pennsylvania. In 2021, she was awarded by the U.S. Department of Transportation Volpe Center as a 2020 Outstanding Student of the Year for her work with the Mobility21 Team.