Camilla is a Project Manager and Researcher working in the Explorations team on the Centre for Collective Intelligence Design.
She manages the Centre's grants programme and the portfolio of grant-funded collective intelligence experiments. In addition, Camilla is responsible for the Centre's annual conference organisation and supports colleagues on a number of different Collective Intelligence research projects.
She originally joined Nesta to work in the Government Innovation team, where she worked on a number of programmes both as a researcher and assistant programme manager. She is particularly passionate about the intersection of people, technology and data, and how their interaction may help us solve the most pressing problems of our times.
She holds a BA in Linguistic and Cultural Mediation in Chinese and an MSc in Research for International Development. She’s lived in three different continents and loves hiking.