While at New York University, Camille focused on studying French sociology and history through the lens of women and class structures. She went to Paris to study the gentrification of the city and examined history through the lens of underrepresented populations. Camille studied mathematics and French in her undergraduate degree. After finishing her master’s, she moved to Brooklyn and began teaching math and French at various prep schools in New York City. Camille now works at the Nightingale Bamford School in Manhattan and teaches mathematics. Born in a French-speaking family, Camille has lived and traveled in France since she was a child. This fall, she will continue to teach mathematics at Nightingale Bamford.