Camille works as a Principal Researcher in the Chief Scientist Office.

Camille supports the Chief Scientist in ensuring rigour and methodological innovation throughout Nesta’s Practices teams.

Prior to joining Nesta Camille worked in a variety of academic organisations, including as a senior lecturer at the University of Greenwich, a technical advisor at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and a research fellow at the Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research. Camille’s previous work was focused around qualitative, participatory, and creative research methods with marginalised and criminalised populations.

Camille holds a dual PhD in Cultural and Global Criminology from the University of Kent and ELTE University (cum laude), an MA in Sociology from the University of Victoria, and a BA (Hons) in Women’s Studies from the University of Calgary.

Outside of work Camille can be found cycling around London, walking in the countryside, or laughing along with the audience during live comedy shows.