Camille Sims, Deputy Director, has worked with communities blighted with food insecurity, economic stagnation, and mass incarceration for over a decade. She comes with professional training in facilitation, implementation, evaluation and project management. 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. A graduate of Atlanta public schools and a family deeply rooted in the state of Georgia, she brings a passionate and personal perspective to her work. Camille has a Bachelor of Science in Human Development with a minor in Inequality Studies from Cornell University and a Master’s of Science in Nonprofit Management from The New School’s Milano School of Public Engagement.