Learning Consultant, Academic Resource Center

Camilla comes to Duke most recently from Quantily Research Management where she supported curriculum development and research efforts. Prior to that she worked in Guilford County, NC schools for Teach for America where she taught students across six grade levels STEM disciplines and provided individualized support and intervention as needed in virtual, hybrid, and in-person settings. Camilla also has experience leading supplemental instruction sessions for students in high-risk STEM courses, and developing and providing online course training for teachers. She holds a B.S. degree in Nutrition from the University of North Carolina Greensboro and a M.Ed. in Training and Development from North Carolina State University.