Team | Program Manager
Camille grew up along the Sturgeon River in Alberta where she explored the surrounding wetlands and learned the names of the birds and the plants. After travelling in British Columbia's Southern Interior, working on organic farms, her draw to live in wild spaces next to lakes and mountains brought her to Nelson, BC in 2013.
Camille graduated from Selkirk College with an Associates Degree in Peace and Justice Studies and a diploma in Integrated Environmental Planning in 2018. Camille is grounded in both the social and environmental sciences, which reflect her passion for community capacity building and environmental advocacy.
Before joining Living Lakes Canada, Camille was the Program Manager of Friends of Kootenay Lake Stewardship Society and led projects on shoreline restoration, wildlife monitoring, and water quality monitoring. Camille is currently pursuing her Masters in Environment and Management from Royal Roads University.