Science/Math Teacher Mentor
Camille graduated from The George Washington University in 2017 with a degree in Biomedical Engineering, and played varsity soccer during her time in school. In her senior year, she helped to develop a novel device to monitor sedation of patients in the ICU, and afterward worked for a year researching clinical anxiety at the National Institutes of Health. She has instructed labs in introductory engineering courses, tutored advanced math, science, and creative writing, and developed curriculum for youth STEAM camps.
In her spare time, Camille enjoys doing stand up comedy, writing music, and playing any competitive sport.