Camille joined Ibis as an Executive/Research Assistant in August of 2017. In this dual role, she provides support to the president and contributes to a number of ongoing research projects. Camille is passionate about reproductive rights and justice, health equity, and gender based violence. Before joining Ibis’s team, Camille conducted research on abortion and contraceptive use in Cuba as a research fellow at Casa de las Americas. Born and raised in Bozeman, Montana, she has also served as the monitoring and evaluation intern at HAVEN, a local domestic violence advocacy organization, where she co-authored a qualitative analysis of a survivor mentorship intervention. Camille holds a Bachelor of Arts in Public Health and Latin American and Caribbean Studies from Brown University.