Camille builds people.
She is a Career Development Practitioner (Simon Fraser University graduate), Mentorship Specialist and a Certified Personality Dimensions® facilitator. Her strengths are motivating and providing workplace training to clients with potential barriers to employment, including at-risk youth and professionals who are newcomers to Canada. In particular Camille has worked with individuals and on projects in Canada's mining sector, targeting newcomers transitioning to life and work in a new work culture and value system, with various workplace standards and behavior expectations.
Camille has a high success rate in previous roles as Job Developer for Richmond Youth (RYSA), Program Coordinator/Facilitator in JobOptionsBC and similar roles in other reputable organizations. She previously worked as an Event Consultant and in marketing, advertising, and public relations. Her past projects include a national retraining exercise for several thousand separated employees and coordination of energy skills training and job placement for multinational energy clients.
Camille was also an advocate and organizer in a successful campaign to bring an end to Trinidad and Tobago's laws which permitted child marriage. More recently, because of a personal experience in the workplace Camille has devoted her time and energy towards advocacy on Workplace Bullying and Harassment.