Senior Consultant, U.S.
Camille helps public agencies answer complex trade and transportation questions and develop strategies to implement new policies and programs.
Camille has led numerous strategic planning and organizational transformation initiatives, such as co-authoring NCHRP Synthesis 522 on Managing State Transportation Research Programs and leading agency-wide business planning for the Minnesota Department of Transportation. She also specializes in trade and transportation economics and currently serves as the deputy manager for all binational and multimodal trade and transportation data collection and analysis in the Texas-Mexico Border Transportation Master Plan. Additionally, she is the assistant project manager for the five-year IDIQ for the multi-state Institute for Trade and Transportation Studies in the Southeast.
Prior to her career at CPCS, Camille conducted research for the U.S. Department of State and the United Nations. She also worked two years in risk advisory services in the private sector.
- 2017: M.Sc., Political Economy, London School of Economics and Political Science
- 2014: B.Sc., 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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