Camilla is a research associate focusing on higher education for university partners primarily exploring academic affairs and continuing and online education. She has completed research on behalf of university leaders on topics including tuition models, alternative credentials, and experiential learning. Her recent research focuses on the repopulation of university campuses in regard to the COVID-19 crisis.
Prior to joining EAB, Camilla volunteered as a sustainability advisor where she taught interactive lessons to first-year students at UMD and worked as a math tutor for middle school students in PG County, Maryland. Outside of work, Camilla likes to play tennis, garden, and hike and camp with her dog.
In 2019, Camilla earned a B.S. from the University of Maryland in Environmental Science and Policy with a concentration in society and environmental issues. Her studies focused on campus sustainability, environmental justice, and energy reform. During her time in College Park, she also helped pioneer the development of student led courses at the university.