Camille Sims, Food Co-op Director, over the past ten years has worked with communities blighted with food insecurity, economic stagnation and mass incarceration. Focused on equity and access over her career, she has designed and led community-based programs that mitigated food insecurity, barriers to employment, health care and educational support for underserved communities. Camille’s desire to address food insecurity started at a young age as a volunteer with Atlanta Community Food Bank. A graduate of Atlanta public schools and deeply rooted to the state of Georgia, she brings a passionate and personal perspective to her work. Camille has a B.S. in Human Development from Cornell University and a Masters in Nonprofit Management from The New School’s Milano School of Public Engagement.