Principal Consultant, U.S.
Camille helps public agencies answer complex trade and transportation questions and develop strategies to implement appropriate solutions.
Camille is a supply chain specialist and advises public agencies on transportation economics, strategy and public policy. She’s conducted analyses for more than 20 US states, cross-border regions between US-Canada and US-Mexico, and international jurisdictions. She also regularly leads strategic business planning initiatives for public agencies.
In 2019, Camille wrote the book Managing State Transportation Research Programs for the National Academy of Science (NCHRP Synthesis 522). Through her work, she advocates for inclusive, sustainable and human-centered solutions to improve economic conditions and quality of life.
Prior to her career at CPCS, Camille conducted research for the US Department of State and the United Nations Development Programme.
- 2017: Master of Science, Political Economy, London School of Economics and Political Science
- 2014: Bachelor of Science, Public Policy and Business Administration, University of Southern California
3 fun facts:
- Plays four instruments
- Has an unhealthy obsession with sushi
- Loves exploring different places and cultures
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