Montreal RISE Project Coordinator
Camille completed a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Human Rights at Concordia University. Following graduation, she got involved with organizations that focused on defending and supporting immigrant communities facing different socio-economic difficulties. She worked especially with youth through a program designed for teenage girls in isolated and marginalized communities. The program promoted healthy relationships, identity and self-esteem.
Camille is also co-founder of the platform I Am Montreal, which aspires to create a more inclusive Montreal where visible and ethnic minorities are represented and have access to equal opportunities. She is interested in social justice of racialized and marginalized communities, issues surrounding immigration and the effects that these have on individuals and different social groups involved. Camille dreams of a day when racialized communities will be in complete control of their future, free of systemic barriers and social injustices.